Ririe-Woodbury would like to offer the following resources for the dance educational community.
Teacher's Guide to ELEMENTS 2017 Teachers_Guide_for_Elements_1.10.17smlr.pdf
Teacher's Guide to Performance-Demonstration RW_Teacher_Guide_to_Perform-Dem_7.2.15smlr.pdf
Utah State Office of Education's POPS Program annual report POPS_Report_on_2014_Activities_June_2015.pdf
For compelling examples of arts programs, resources, and discussions that can support and animate teaching and learning, please visit www.arts4learning.org.
Teaching Dance Improvisation DVDs and Workbooks
"Teaching Beginning Dance Improvisation" and "Teaching Advanced Dance Improvisation" are comprised of six DVDs and two workbooks, and were created as resource guides for beginning and advanced teachers of improvisational dance. These instructional packages provide suggestions for methodology, teaching hints, coaching phrases, things to look for, and alternate improvisational problems.
Shirley and Joan, both teachers of dance for more than 40 years, with video director Arthur Pembleton and video editor Pat Van Duser were awarded a grant for this project by the National Endowment for the Arts Artists In Education program in recognition of its excellence in the field of education.
The cost for both Teaching Beginning and Advanced Dance Improvisation is $300. If you buy them separately they are $175 each. If you buy one then later the other, the second will be $125. Shipping and handling fees are $20 by Fed-Ex national, and $40 international for orders of 4 or less.
Click here to purchase videos online (for orders of 5 or more, please place order via email below).