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  • Mathematics in Dance and Music | Kids Learn Math With Dance

    Teach Mathematics With Dance Revitalize your classroom and energize your students! Arts integration ideas, online courses, lesson plans, and coaching. Learn to motivate your students with dance and explore the math curriculum through movement. Dance Equations is an accessible and easy step-by-step online training program that will save you time, money, and valuable resources. No previous dance training is required! Course times are flexible and lessons are individualized to your needs. Sign Up Now "Inspiring young mathematicians, one dance step at a time." Lire la vidéo Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copiez le lien Lien copié The Online Course Begins October 1, 2022 the online lesson format can be completed on your own schedule Guaranteed to enhance your teaching style and transform your classroom. Dance Equations is designed specifically for educational professionals dedicated to the craft of classroom teaching. Recognizing the modern challenges within the education system, surmounting difficulties to engage students, increased class sizes, and access to fewer resources, Dance Equations focuses on easy-to-implement and creative lessons that require less prep with a maximum output of enjoyment and learning. You'll learn how arts integration can help you and your students meet your academic goals in a refreshing and fun way. Sign Up Now "Inspiring young mathematicians one dance step at a time." Sign Up Today & Receive All Bonus Material Free ​ Beyond Movement Introductory Resource and Program Notes; ​ Choreography & Mathematics advanced lesson plans; ​ Teaching Aids and Additional Resources; ​ Glossary of Dance Terminology; ​ Worksheet ​ Math Dance of the Day, Math Board Poster Activities; ​ Instructional Videos; ​ MP3 Collection; ​ Individual Coaching. $150 Added Value FAQ Read More MEET YOUR TEACHER Miranda Abbott Miranda Abbott is a professional dancer and choreographer as well as an author, and educator, specializing in teaching curriculum through dance, art, and literature. ​ Miranda has toured across Canada with the Canadian Contemporary Dance Company and performed original and memorable works by many choreographers and dancers, including David Earle, Carol Anderson, José Limón, Sharon Moore, Michael Trent, and Keith Lee. ​ Miranda was also a member of the breakdance group So-Be-It Union and has appeared in music videos with Masia One and Classified, and was an opening act for Maestro Fresh Wes. ​ Miranda has written programs and resource materials for The Canadian Children’s Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. ​ Her training was earned through the National Ballet School of Canada, École supérieure de ballet du Québec, the School of Toronto Dance Theatre, and the Canadian Children's Dance Theatre. Deluxe Course $352 The online LIVE course & the 30-day Introduction to Modern Dance video course. Receive 10% off if you register today. Sign me up for the deluxe! The additional 30-day video course is an excellent course for non-dancers interested in learning Modern Dance, Teachers who want to develop their understanding of dance training, beginner dancers wanting to improve their abilities, or seasoned dancers who’ve never studied this particular style. In addition to learning all about Dance Equations, The video course teaches the basics of the Limón style, a technique that focuses on the natural dynamics of the body. This technique improves the learner's quality of movement, connection to breath, and coordination. The organic movement of the Limón style makes it an enjoyable practice, comfortable for the body that can be done at home. It improves strength and flexibility offering your more comfort, mobility, and longevity. Get even more of the Dance Equations experience! The Deluxe course includes the LIVE sessions, the Beyond Movement and Choreography & Mathematics resources, and all other support material such as the MP3 collection. Lire la vidéo Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copiez le lien Lien copié Limited-time Special Offer Testimonial "Miranda Abbott can chat about mathematical equations and scientific theories with the grace of a dancer. When she talks about numbers, her hands are in constant motion; her body moves this way and that." BARBARA AGGERHOLM Waterloo Region Record How Does Dance Connect with Mathematics? 7 simple ways to teach mathematics with dance There are obvious connections to math and movement such as; ​ Angles Geometry Patterns Symmetry Translations Rotations Numbers and Counting Exploring these concepts through dance not only engages the senses while learning but helps students to conceptualize and understand math in time and space. Learning angles through dance, making geometric shapes with dance, building math patterns in dance, and learning symmetry in dance are common elements of kinesthetic education. ​ Read more via our blog. Read More

  • Mathematics Live Dance Performances | dance for public and private events

    Mathematics Live On Stage Dance Equations & Kompany (DEKO) is available for performances. The company's production Dust... can be performed in theaters or school settings. Dust... demonstrates the mathematical themes and exercises from Dance Equations on stage through an exhilarating live dance presentation. It is a 30-minute journey through the realms of movement-inspired math with music, poetry, and projection. Contact DEKO "Inspiring young mathematicians, one dance step at a time."

  • Mathematics Dance Geometry | Making Geometric Shapes With Dance

    Join Dance Equations Today! Enjoyed by thousands of students and teachers worldwide. Introductory Course $ 295 295$ Learn the complete Dance Equations method now! Valable 3 mois Sélectionner Digital PDF of the Beyond Movement eBook Digital PDF of the Choreography & Mathematics eBook Access to Dance Equations live sessions and course videos Additional support material including MP3 collection One hour coaching session Populaire Deluxe Course $ 342 342$ The Dance Equations Method & Introduction to Modern Dance Valable 3 mois Sélectionner Digital PDF of the Beyond Movement eBook Digital PDF of the Choreography & Mathematics eBook Access to Dance Equations live sessions and course videos 30-day Introduction to Modern Dance on-line course videos Additional support material including MP3 collection One hour coaching session Learn Modern Dance $ 85 85$ 30-Day Online Course and Introduction to the Limón Technique Valable 2 mois Sélectionner Introduction to the Limón Technique Thirty 10-20 minute lessons Video demonstrations with descriptions & music Finale - a full Limón class with music

  • | DanceEquationsCourse

    DUST... Dust... explores the intersection of movement and philosophy, mathematics, and science. Through movement, sound, video illustrations and animations, and text. Dust... examines some of the most influential theories and ideas that have led us to our present being. First, by proposing a series of numbers as experienced through movement, the work explores the equations of Newtonian mechanics, the recurrence of the Fibonacci sequence, and the golden ratio, before proposing a consideration of the Computational Theory of the Mind, the dominant paradigm in psychology and neuroscience. After exploring whether our minds are similar to the inner-workings of a computer, and the implications this comparison holds for the concepts of free will and rational choice, Dust... breaks away from the mathematical theorems to reveal the joy of just being.

  • Downloads & Refunds | DanceEquationsCourse

    Downloads & Refunds Download Policy Dance Equations download should begin immediately. Should you have any problems, please contact Miranda at danceequations@gmail.com Refund Policy We do not issue refunds on material that has been downloaded. However, should you have any problems, questions, or concerns, please contact us. Your happiness is important to us and we will resolve any issues promptly. If a refund is required, we will subtract the value of the downloaded material and work with you to find a fair return for all.

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    Store Policy Customer Care Our customers are important to us. This program was created, written, and illustrated by Miranda Abbott Wittman. Our team is small but our hearts are large. Please do not hesitate to contact our team so that we may assist you further. Thank you for helping us grow! Privacy & Safety ​We receive, collect, and store any information you enter on our website or provide us in any other way. In addition, we collect the Internet protocol (IP) address used to connect your computer to the Internet; login; e-mail address; password; computer and connection information, and purchase history. We may use software tools to measure and collect session information, including page response times, length of visits to certain pages, page interaction information, and methods used to browse away from the page. We also collect personally identifiable information (including name, email, password, communications); payment details (including credit card information), comments, feedback, product reviews, recommendations, and personal profile. Wholesale Inquiries We do offer wholesale options. Please contact Miranda to discuss joining the Dance Equations selling and teaching team. Payment Methods PAYPAL ​

  • Miranda Abbott | DanceEquationsCourse

    MIRANDA ABBOTT CREATOR OF DANCE EQUATIONS Author, Educator, Speaker, Choreographer, Dancer ​ Miranda Abbott is a professional dancer and choreographer as well as an author, educator, and workshop leader, specializing in teaching curriculum through dance, art, and literature. She has provided Dance Equation workshops to hundreds of teachers and has taught thousands of children in Canada and Costa Rica. ​ After teaching educational workshops for several years, Miranda felt it necessary to create Dance Equations , a company that develops math dance programs with cross-curricular linkages for educators. Beyond Movement is the first of many educational resources developed and illustrated by Miranda to teach educators a new way of helping students understand complex mathematical concepts. ​ As the founder and chief artistic influence behind her former company Event Horizon Dance , Miranda’s choreography focuses on math, science, philosophy, and political themes. Her dance company has been featured on several radio and television programs and her dancers have performed at many musical theatre productions and festivals. ​ Miranda has written programs and resource materials for The Canadian Children’s Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre and the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto). She has also created illustrations, designs, and marketing materials for her company and numerous other organizations. AS A DANCER Miranda has toured across Canada and performed original and memorable works by many choreographers and dancers, including David Earle, Carol Anderson, José Limón, Sharon Moore, Michael Trent, and Keith Lee of New York City, to name a few. ​ Miranda was also a member of the breakdance group So-Be-It Union and has appeared in music videos with Masia One and Classified. The So-Be-It Union was an opening act for Maestro Fresh Wes and has performed at Harbourfront’s ‘Beats, Breaks and Culture Festival, The Big Norm Show, Footprints, and the Kitchener-Waterloo Hip-Hop Festival. ​ She has toured to Berlin, Germany and is now performing and teaching in Costa Rica.

  • | DanceEquationsCourse

    Join the FREE 5-day challenge & video course Revitalize & energize your classroom with an injection of dance & movement. ​ NO dance experience is required! Enter your email here Sign Up Thanks for submitting! Are you feeling like your lessons are getting repetative? Are you spending a lot of time and money creating handouts while flying through valuable resources? ​ If you are, you're ready to start using dance in your classroom. Even WITHOUT any dance experience, Even if you think you can't dance, you CAN use dance as a teaching tool. It fun and easy! This FREE course will take you through a few easy exercises. Are you up for the challenge?