Google Classroom and the Virtual Dance Class
Free Webinar presented by Andrew Jannetti live on 5/1/920


Explore ways that you can adapt your dance class for the virtual environment using Google Classroom specifically in the Pre-K – Grade 5 environment but applicable to all, including private studios and non-profits.Andrew will share his experience and work arounds that he has put in place to be able to reach 525 elementary school students a week. Organizing materials, adapting lessons plans, pros and cons of synchronous and asynchronous classes, use of video, google slides, and assignments to deliver content and curriculum driven instruction will be discussed. Come join us and share in promising practices for online education and the dance classroom.

Support Materials
Bio of Presenter
Andrew Jannetti, MA  is based in NYC and has a distinguished career as a choreographer, dancer, educator, fitness instructor, and producer. He works full time as a Pre-K thru Grade 5 Dance Educator for the NYC Department of Education, and part time at BAX as the Director of their school breaks programs, and as an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers, New Brunswick and St. Francis College in Brooklyn. He has presented choreography at DTW, St. Marks’s Danspace, Gibney Arts, 92 nd  Street Y, Alvin Ailey Center, The Duke, DIA, Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX), Cunningham, DUMBO Dance Festival, CoolNY Festival, ADG Festival, NY International Dance Festival, and the Edinburgh Festival, and other venues throughout the U.S. and Europe. He is Past-President of the New York State Dance Education Association and recently joined the Advisory Board of the National Dance Education Organization (NDEO).


Learn more about the
National Dance Education Organization (NDEO)
The National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) is a non-profit, membership organization dedicated to advancing dance education centered in the arts for people of all backgrounds. NDEO provides dance artists, educators, and administrators of all backgrounds a network of resources and support, a base for advocacy and research, and access to professional development opportunities that focus on the importance of dance in the human experience. You will find NDEO members teaching in a variety of environments including, but not limited to, dance studios, K-12 schools, colleges, performing arts organizations, and community centers.

As your national service organization,
NDEO is here to support you through these challenging times.
We have been working diligently to provide high-quality resources relevant to the needs you have right now. Please visit our Covid-19 Online Resource webpage.


Not a Member? Interested in Joining NDEO?

National Dance Education Organization | 301-585-2880 | www.ndeo.org