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THR 328 - Dance in Education: Dance/Theater Pedagogy

Description
Dance/Theater Pedagogy Seminar explores the connection between engaged dance and elementary school literacy, mathematics and social studies while allowing students the opportunity to be civically engaged and contribute to the community. The course combines teaching dance and movement classes to public school students from underserved communities in both East Harlem in New York City and the Princeton region (remotely, through zoom), while collectively engaging in an in-depth exploration of Dance and Theater in Elementary Education with an emphasis on recent developments in the field. Remote fieldwork will take place weekly at designated out-of-class times, while the seminar portion of the course will allow for reflection on activities and interactions that take place during zoom classes with elementary/middle school students, and for planning and shared curriculum development. Students will create their own 15-class curriculum/syllabus. Students will be introduced to classroom management skills, lesson planning strategies and various evaluation/assessment methods. Students will be required to read approximately 10 to 30 pages/week. Students will write a two page assessment/ reflection of classes taught during fieldwork, every week. Students will write a mid term essay, present a mid-term book report and complete a final project (create a 15 class syllabus/curriculum).
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2020
Offered
F
Avg. Class Size
10
Avg. Sections
1