Washington Square Park is one of my favorite places in NYC. It’s located in the wonderful Greenwich Village (Manhattan) and always filled with (what seems to me) happy people enjoying the slower pace that you can only find in NYC public parks. It’s the area where New York University (NYU) is located and you will always see young students hanging out in the park, it just has a lovely vibe. Especially when the weather is good, like on the day I visited New York University (NYU) to meet with Dr. Susan R. Koff; Clinical Associate Professor of Dance Education and Director of the Dance Education Program. As I mentioned in my previous blog: over 400 public schools in NYC have dance in their curriculum. But there is another thing that NY has that we don’t: a master program in Dance Education. The second I heard about this program, I knew I had to schedule a meeting with Susan to learn more about it.
MA in Teaching Dance, All Grades, Initial Certification
MA in Teaching Dance, All Grades, Professional Certification
MA in Teaching Dance in the Professions, Non-Certification
MA in Teaching Dance in the Professions: ABT (American Ballet Theatre) Ballet Pedagogy
MA in Teaching Dance, All Grades, Initial Certification and MFA in Dance
New York City
Washington Square Park