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    Jodi P Falk, M.F.A., C.L.M.A.is an international educational consultant, choreographer, dancer, yogi, and teacher. Her work centers on the vehicle of movement and the arts to promote educational wellness, conflict resolution, proficiency, personal and spiritual power. She can be reached at: jodi@dancingsoul.org or 413-522-4386.
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    MODES OF MOVEMENT INTO TEFILLAH: Mixing the modes! Sibling rivalry in Genesis and the human puzzle game

    Thursday, February 19th, 2009

    Recently I completed a residency at Heritage Academy, a Jewish day school in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. I came to work at first with the Judaic staff on bringing movement into their curriculum. I ended up not only working with the staff, but also with the middle school students finding ways to embody (and thereby [...]

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    MODES OF MOVEMENT INTO TEFILLAH: part three / personalizing with Havdallah

    Thursday, February 19th, 2009

    Recently I completed a residency at Heritage Academy, a Jewish day school in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. I came to work at first with the Judaic staff on bringing movement into their curriculum. I ended up not only working with the staff, but also with the middle school students finding ways to embody (and thereby [...]

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    MODES OF MOVEMENT INTO TEFILLAH: part two / essence with Elohai N’shama

    Thursday, February 19th, 2009

    Recently I completed a residency at Heritage Academy, a Jewish day school in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. I came to work at first with the Judaic staff on bringing movement into their curriculum. I ended up not only working with the staff, but also with the middle school students finding ways to embody (and thereby [...]

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    MODES OF MOVEMENT INTO TEFILLAH: part one / wordplay with Asher Yatzar

    Thursday, February 19th, 2009

    Recently I completed a residency at Heritage Academy, a Jewish day school in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. I first came to work only with the Judaic staff on bringing movement into their curriculum. I ended up not only working with the staff, but also with the middle school students finding ways to embody (and thereby [...]

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    Biology and Dance in a High School Class: Embodying the Body

    Thursday, December 25th, 2008

    Teachers: Jeanne Powers, Biology Teacher at PVPACHS, and Jodi Falk, Dance Director at PVPACHS
    Authors: Jodi Falk and Jeanne Powers
    October, 2008
    Jeanne Powers, Biology teacher at the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School in South Hadley, Massachusetts, and Jodi Falk, Director of Dance at PVPACHS, created and implemented a short series of classes that used physical [...]

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