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Pink Tutu Flu 2018 Summary

14th Annual Pink Tutu Flu Summary- January 26, 2018

Wight Noise Dance Co. Studios- Host, Rachel Wight

Held at the lovely studios of Wight Noise Dance Company, Rachel Wight offered us a beautiful location for our PTF.  A huge thank you to Rachel.  47 dance educators, ranging from elementary to higher education, studio teachers/owners, and freelance artists attended. Also attending were some student teachers and Dustin Loehr, ADE’s Arts Education Specialist.  Dance educators who teach in a variety of venues. Dance is everywhere.

This year’s Pink Tutu Flu offered a variety of topics: Scoring Performance Assessments, Inclusion and Cultural Competencies, Managing Social Media, Building Your Clientele/Program, Neural Integraton, a Bollywood class, and an important update from ADE.

After Amy Crow (President) led introductions, Kelli Abramovich began our day with a presentation on how to score our student performance assessments (that can be used for Teacher Evaluation) developed by two teams of fellow dance educators. All of the assessments and rubrics are at  http://www.azed.gov/hetl/resources/sloauthenticassessment/.  Our K-8 teachers asked when we would have K-8 assessments. Lynn agreed we need to begin that work. She will put out a request for a committee.

Next, Garima Khanal taught a Bollywood class which was very fun, and a test of coordination. Sukie Keita then led a presentation on Inclusion and Building Cultural Competences. This was very applicable to our diverse society, and she gave us a lot to think about.

At lunch, we had some announcements and updates. Dustin Loehr, arts specialist at ADE, informed us about a new funding source for Title I schools, Title IV-A. Funding is to be used to promote a well-rounded education (screams the arts), effective use of  technology (arts), safe and healthy students (screams dance).  Dustin encouraged teachers to get involved with their schools Comprehensive Needs Assessment Committee (CNA). It is important to be on that committee and give dance a voice. And now is the time as schools/districts are in the midst of developing those CAN plans. Info on Title IV-A can be found at http://www.azed.gov/titleiv-a/. Also sign up for Dustin’s new blog at http://www.azed.gov/artseducation/.

A good question was asked about funding for non Title I schools. Dustin encouraged teachers to look at the funding available through the Arts Commission. Another update was about the A-F report card to rate schools.  The arts are not included. The AZ Citizens for the Arts is fighting to have the arts included. We are told the reason for not including the art is that we have no data. That is why it is vital for all of us to use the Performance Assessments that Kelli highlighted in her presentation to provide that data. And to sign up for emails from AZ Citizens for the Arts to keep updated on what we can do. Their website is https://azcitizensforthearts.org/.

Dustin also shared some great news.  According to a national report,  AZ is leading in Dance Education.

Other updates included a request for lessons you use for non-dance substitutes, lessons that incorporate ideas from students, and ideas to help students understand the danger of tricks/injury prevention. Please email to Lynn at lmonson@cox.net.

After lunch, presentations continued with Building your Clientele/Program. Rachel Wight provided information pertaining to studios and Amy Crow highlighted suggestions for school programs. There were many crossovers.

Tiffany White presented information on how to manage social media. Great information for novices and even if you are already doing some.

Our final session was presented by Lisa Thorngren on Neural Integration. So much to absorb. I am sure everyone went home with brain overload but armed with valuable information for their teaching.

 

Even if you could not attend, information/materials will be sent to all. Presenters, please email your PP, handouts etc. to me.

Other information:

  1. Certificate of hours will be sent to you.

 

***We already have a couple of people on the east side who offered to host. For the last couple of years, we have been on the far west or far east side. It would be nice to have it centrally located. If you happen to be centrally located, it would be great to hear from you. 

Thank you for attending and making AZ dance strong.