Rebecca Cornelius--RC Dance Discovery
Rebecca Cornelius is a Graduate of the Teaching Artist Institute. She holds a BFA in Design/Technical Theater /Dance, a MEd. in Early Childhood Education and a teaching certificate in Children's Dance from the School of the Hartford Ballet. College teaching credits include Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford and The Center for Creative Youth, Wesleyan University. She works in professional development for PE and Music teachers and has presented for NAEYC and Headstart. Rebecca's experience includes 23 years of professional dance teaching, choreography, and performances for public and private schools.
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Residency Info Residency DescriptionTake a Journey to six different continents and explore what makes dances unique to different people and places. The "journey" involves student participation throughout, following the map of the world through geography connections and related dance traditions around the globe. This performance is a wonderful kick off for a school's international fair, cultural diversity day, or geography bee competition. Residency workshops can provide the folkdance instruction and preparation for a culminating International Fair Performance for the school community and families complete with costumes. Sample of Curriculum Standards fulfilled through Rebecca's resdiencies: Social Studies (grade 3) STANDARD 3.0 Students will use the geographic concepts and processed to understand location and its relationship to human activities. A. Use Of geographic Tools, B. Geographic Characteristics of Places and Regions, D. Modifying and adapting to their environment Reading/ELA (grade 3) 3.0 Comprehenshion of Literary Text. 3. Use Elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding. 6. Determine important ideas and messages in literary texts. Physical Education (K-12) STANDARD I: Skillfulness- students will demonstrate the ability to enhance their performance of a variety of physical skills by developing fundamental movement skills, creating original skill combinations, combining skills effectively in skill themes, and applying skills. A. Fundamental Movement: show, demonstrate, apply, choose, and analyze fundamental movement skills in a variety of physical education activities. B. Creative Movement: show and demonstrate creative movement skills; evaluate creative skill combinations in a variety of physical activities; and develop and critique creative skill combinations in a variety of physical activities Reference Name: Amanda Williams Title: Physical Education Teacher Phone: (301)989-5658 Email: email@example.com Residency Location: Fairlands Elementary School Travel
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Which regions can you stay overnight?: Central MD Greater Washington Southern MD Travel Requirements: A clear space, gym or stage with access to an outlet is needed for a teaching space. A sound system to connect an IPOD and 2 microphones/stands are also needed for the performance.
Booking Contact Info Booking Contact OrganizationArtivate, Inc. Address
700 Roeder Road, First Floor
Silver Spring , Maryland 20910