The GAC hosted its first CEU workshop for the 2015-2016 school year on Saturday, November 14th. Participants took part in basic yoga and stretching, then got into some dancing with teaching artist Emily Tschiffely (check out her website here). Emily also taught us about the history of dance and led discussions on creative ways to incorporate dance and dance history into the classroom. Teachers had a fantastic time at the workshop, and we’re already looking forward to the next CEU workshop, which will be Saturday, January 23rd, 2016, and will focus on connecting African drumming/music with core curriculum. The GAC is hoping for a better turnout at the January workshop, so start spreading the word now! Teachers, these workshops are a fun, engaging way to gain CEU credit, and your students will benefit immensely from the creativity and arts integrated activities you’ll learn to incorporate into your classroom.
Who knew getting CEU credits could be this fun?
For more info about CEU workshops, contact Lesedi Chambers at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 662-332-2246. Stay tuned for updates about the 2016 workshops!