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Upcoming Webinars

These webinars offer the opportunity for dance educators to learn from leading experts. Panelists will offer best practices, tips, and strategies related to the webinar topic. Attendees can submit questions for panelists prior to and during the session. Webinars are an hour long with recordings available on-demand and are available FREE to Members and Non-Members. Registration is required. To see on-demand recordings of prior webinars, visit the links in the left-side menu bar.

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Teaching Dance Virtually (Seeing and Hearing Sound)

Wednesday August 17, 2022 at 3:00-4:00 PM ET

This webinar will cover virtual tap class lesson planning, differentiation of teaching, Zoom features that enhance tap dance education, and how virtual learning can be an asset in learning about tap dance history.

Presesnted By:

Nicole Ohr is a professional tap dancer/choreographer/teacher based in NYC. She's had the opportunity of performing with choreographers such as Felipe Galganni, Jared Grimes, Max Pollak, and Tamii Sakurai, and has guest performed with Sean Fielder’s Boston Tap Company. She was the Tap Dance Captain of Undertoe Dance Project and a member of Germaine Salsberg’s Les Femmes. Currently, Nicole is Artistic Director of Cole Collective and has presented her choreography in various dance festivals in NYC. She is also the producer of Dance Astoria, a dance festival held annually in Astoria, Queens at the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden. As a dance educator, Nicole teaches all ages and various styles of dance. She is a NYS K-12 Certified Dance Educator, and an ATDF Certified Tap Teacher (levels 1 and 2), teaching throughout the tri-state area, at studios and organizations such as the American Tap Dance Foundation, Ballet Hispanico, and Steps On Broadway. She is a graduate of the MA program for Dance Education at Hunter College and recently presented her studies on how to teach Tap Dance through using Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences at NYSDEA.

Watch on Demand

Past NDEO webinars are available via the links below organized by category. You can use the search function on the collection page if you are looking for a particular webinar or topic.

Click here to view the Teaching Online collection

Click here to view the Dance Sectors, Ages & Populations collection

Click here to view the Dance and Disability collection

Click here to view the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access collection

Learn More About Previous Webinars

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