The Teaching Artist Training program disseminates NDI’s teaching methodology to educators and artists around the world. The Two-Week Intensive equips participants with foundational tools to become highly-skilled arts educators with a deepened understanding of the impact of dance in a student’s education.
Tuesday, March 7, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Tuesday, May 2, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Join us for an introduction to NDI's unique teaching methodology! Come to experience a joyful and energizing dance class led by NDI Master Teaching Artists, and explore our core techniques and their application to diverse classroom settings. Connect with colleagues in the field and learn more about training and employment opportunities with NDI.
You will leave this two-hour workshop with inspiration and tools to invigorate your work as a dancer/educator.
Summer 2017 Two-Week Teaching Artist Training
Monday, July 31 - Friday, August 11,
Fee: $1000 (Limited scholarships available)
NDI Teaching Artist Training is an intensive immersion in National Dance Institute’s renowned teaching techniques. Led by NDI’s Master Teaching Artists, the training takes place at the state-of-the-art NDI Center in Harlem. Participants work directly with New York City public school children, mastering the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s 40-year history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of teaching tools that equip them to motivate, engage, and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of the arts.
NDI Teaching Artist Training includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This enriching two-week program culminates in a celebratory performance.
Successful completion of NDI Teaching Artist Training is a prerequisite for employment with National Dance Institute.
For more information on NDI's Teaching Artist Training, please contact Hannah Bailenson, Program Coordinator, at (212) 226-0083, or e-mail: email@example.com
Video: NDI Teacher Training Workshop: a trainee's perspective
"I found the mutual respect, commitment and level of expectation during the workshop amazing, poignant, and inspirational. The whole experience helped me to define why I love dance and why I love teaching dance so much."
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