Back to School–Whenever You Want

Posted on November 5, 2013 by

Photo by John Spicer, courtesy of San Francisco BalletDance teachers, by profession, don’t often have extra time on their hands, making it difficult to take continuing education courses or explore professional development options. The National Dance Education Organization seeks to combat this problem by offering mini courses: Participants only need to devote six to eight hours a week, for four weeks, to an online course. (Those hours can be logged at any point during the week.) These mini courses can earn you continuing education credits, too.

NDEO’s newest mini course starts November 18 and is on assessment—finding ways to evaluate your students’ technique, choreography, performance and writing in a way that also conveys how they can improve in these areas. This course will be taught by none other than NDEO’s executive director, Susan McGreevy-Nichols. Tuition is $125, and registration will close after November 16, so act fast. You can learn more about course registration here, and be sure to check out NDEO’s upcoming spring course offerings here.

Photo by John Spicer, courtesy of San Francisco Ballet

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