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Friday, 29 March 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM + Add to calendar29/03/2019 09:0029/03/2019 16:00Australia/SydneyPrimary Dance Teachers Workshop, Primary Creative Arts - Kei AkidaPrimary Dance Teachers Workshop, Primary Creative Arts - Kei Akida Friday, 29 March 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Claire Gammon 92564800 firstname.lastname@example.org Address The Seymour Centre Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/77249/primary_dance_teachers_workshop_primary_creative_arts__kei_akida.aspxThe Seymour Centre
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This Ausdance NSW event is part of our Professional Arts Learning Series for Teachers. This all-day workshop is specially designed for primary and school teachers (generalist or specialist Dance/PE/music /Drama/PDHPE or other, K-6) and is aligned to the NESA Standards for proficient teachers.
Primary Creative Arts will be facilitated by Kei Akida
Kei has worked with independent artists such as Sue Healey, Murasaki Penguin, Jennie Feyen and companies like Opera Australia while also teaching dance to children. Her interest in working with children led her to undertake further training as an AMI Montessori primary teacher. She has been working as a lead teacher, guiding the learning of lower primary children since 2011. Kei undertakes ongoing professional development as a teacher as well as in the field of dance. Her most recent professional development in the area of dance has been with Bangarra Dance and Ausdance (both 2017). Since 2017 Kei has also been a member of the Art Gallery of NSW Teachers Collective that meets once a term to review and offer advice on the gallery's education program.
In this workshop:
We explore movement, in the Creative Arts Curriculum and learn more about:
This session is for teachers with a range of fitness levels. All you need to bring are clothes to dance in, curiosity and enthusiasm.