NDEO "Teaching Dance Online" Webinar Series:

Dancing with Canvas:
Helping Teachers Build Performance-Based Lessons
in Distance Learning
Presented live by Meghan Price-Wlodarczyk on 10-6-20

Has your district switched to the Canvas Learning Management system, but you aren't sure how to leverage all the possibilities it has to offer? This session will overview some of the tools and integrations available within the Canvas learning management system to create dynamic and engaging lessons for dance educators and their students. Attendees will see how to create peer-review assignments, student journals, collaborative assignments and so much more.



Bio of Webinar Presenter
Meghan Price-Wlodarczyk grew up in Greenville, South Carolina where she began dancing at The Fine Arts Center and The Greenville Ballet School. She went on to attend college at Columbia College, SC and earned both a BFA in Dance, Performance and Choreography as well as a BA in Dance Education with certification to teach K-12. Meghan went on to complete her MFA in Dance at Arizona State University before moving with her husband to the DC Metro area. In 2012, Meghan, briefly, worked at the NDEO national office to help to launch NDEO's Online Professional Development Institute. This experience laid the foundation she would need to transition her dance classes online during COVID and the required distance learning. After helping launch OPDI Meghan taught at a Loiederman Middle School in Maryland before again moving with her husband to California. Meghan has taught in various High School Programs across the country but is currently in her 5th year at Ontario High School.

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