Award-winning Japanese storyteller Motoko strives to (1) Advance your students’ literacy skills through storytelling and creative writing; (2) Enhance your students’ understanding of Asian history and cultures; and (3) Expand your students’ knowledge of geometry through the art of origami.
Nonverbal communication: Mime,dance, music character,theater.Themes include reading and perseverance for success and overcoming obstacles in life.
Art as a window into culture, to introduce basic values and symbols of the Iroquois.
Bulllying, Cyberbullying and Suicide Prevention
1) Traditional Children’s Game Songs, Stories and Singalongs (preK-1)
2) Neighborhoods and Communities (K-2)
3) World Cultures (K-6)
4) Native Americans – Iroquois or Haudenosaunee life (K-8)
5) Colonial America (Grades 2-8)
6) Westward Expansion and the Gold Rush (K-8)
7) The Erie Canal (K-8)
8) Regions of America (K-8)
9) Immigration to America (Gr. 3-8)
10) War of 1812 (Gr. 4-12)
11) Traditional Music of NYS (9-12)
Women’s Suffrage, Social Studies, American History
The mission of the Theatre Institute at Sage is to provide live theatre and arts-in-education programming to Capital Region youth, educators, and families.
Character education, “How do you want to be remembered?”, decisions and outcomes, bullying, power of the mind, “Shake the Dirt”
International understanding and tolerance
Programs can be adapted to a wide variety of curriculum related and seasonal themes. For more information, specific program titles, and quotes about the work, please visit the website link below.
To bring kindness, love and acceptance into the world every day.
Taller de Danza Revelaciones (Revelations Adult Dance Wellness Workshop)
Ballet In The Classroom
Alternatives For Youth Dance Workshops