Dance Education and Technology Workshop
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Dr. Mila Parrish
UNCG Director of Dance Education
Designed for the dance educator interested in exploring the tools of technology and new media, Summer Dancing into New Media covers a broad spectrum of methods and applications. No previous experience with technology is necessary. This five-day intensive hands-on course looks at constructivist methods and strategies for bridging new media technology and dance education. Through new approaches participants will develop skills and acquire resources to build a knowledge base for integrated dance technology in their classrooms. Participants will access information and resources, redefining and transforming the way we teach and learn about dance. Course projects are designed to investigate creative processes, to consider ways of integrating media into the dance curriculum and to explore new approaches to teaching and learning dance with technology. We will address video communication tools; smartphones and other digital devices in the studio, digital imaging, video manipulation and editing; audio and sound editing; interactive and new media resources. In order to support the physical needs of participants, daily movement classes will be integrated into the course.
Integrated course content includes: Constructivist technology instruction; Video communication tools; Digital imaging, manipulation and editing; Audio editing; interactive and new media resources. In order to support the physical needs of participants, daily movement classes will be integrated into the course. Continuing education credits available.
Dr. Mila Parrish, Director of Dance Education at UNCG, is nationally and internationally recognized for her work in dance pedagogy, educational technology and interdisciplinary instruction. She serves as Special Guest Faculty with the Dance Education Laboratory in New York City. She has taught pedagogy workshops throughout the US and in Canada, China, Finland, Brazil, Greece, Portugal and the Netherlands. Her research and publications have established new trends in movement technology and teacher training in the digital arena. Contact Dr. Parrish at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1 mile from UNCG campus
114 S. Mendenhall St. , Greensboro, North Carolina 27403-1809
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2006 Veasley Street, Greensboro, NC 27407
1.9 miles from UNCG campus
1517 Westover Terrace, Greensboro, NC, 27408
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1619 Stanley Rd., Greensboro, NC 27407
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4308 Big Tree Way, Greensboro, NC 27409
4.7 miles from UNCG campus
4305 Big Tree Way, Greensboro, NC 27409
5.3 miles from UNCG campus
1201 Lanada Rd, Greensboro, NC 27407
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Coleman Building located at 1408 Walker Avenue Greensboro, NC 27402. Directions to the Coleman Building are below. Once you arrive, please enter the front door to register and sign-in. There will be signs to help you find Studio 322.
Date and Time
Monday, June 20, 2016 through Friday, June 24, 2016 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm each day
When you visit the UNCG campus, you have several parking options:
- You may park at any metered spot on campus. Most meters near academic buildings have 2 hour time limits and take quarters.
- Some surface parking lots, which offer free parking, may be available. Parking in one of these lots requires a longer walk to the Coleman Building.
- The simplest solution is to use the Walker Parking Deck, located across from the Coleman Building (the dance building). It is located at 1360 Walker Street and is paid parking: under 30 minutes/free, $2/first hour, $1/additional hours, up to $7 max.
For a generalized map of available parking for the workshop, click here. (PDF format, 422 KB)
More details, including Google Map links to parking structures on campus, can be found here.
What to Wear
Dress for daily movement and in layers for air conditioning in computer lab.
Coleman Building is located on Walker Street, just off Aycock Street. For those traveling from outside the Greensboro area, and/or for extra assistance, click here.