PROJECT SUMMARY:

 

C.A.E.’s Arts-N-Motion innovative workshops introduces a fun-filled holistic approach to learning health, wellness and fitness education to combat childhood obesity and reduce the rates of chronic disease and untimely deaths. Students’ growth and development will be guided through quality participation in the psychomotor, cognitive and affective domains of learning.

CHEER EDITION WORKSHOP:

"Cheer Ambassadors"  24-Week Competitive Cheer Workshop (Grades 4+)

In partnership with Cheer Image Iconz, participating students will learn all of the fundamentals of competitive cheerleading. Classes focus on basic skill development and athletes progress through levels as their individual skills progress. Our curriculum is designed to create physically and technically strong athletes that can perform a wide range of tumbling skills. A community showcase will be the end-of-course highlight. 

An awards ceremony will be held immediately following each showcase to recognize and reward students for their classroom and physical fitness goal accomplishments.

DANCE EDITION WORKSHOPS:

"Dancing Lights" 16-Week Workshop (Grades 4+)

Participating students are introduced to a series of choreographed dance routines incorporating training aids to assist in meeting individualized fitness goals.

 

A “Spectacular Display of Dancing Lights” performance will be the end-of-course highlight.  Students’ will have an opportunity to present a prop-filled, high-intensity choreographed musical performance to the community. LED-Lit poi balls & jump ropes, hula hoops, basketballs and other training aids will add to the excitement of the show while demonstrating the students’ level of dexterity. 

An awards ceremony will be held immediately following each showcase to recognize and reward students for their classroom and physical fitness goal accomplishments.

"Cyber-Step"  24-Week Music Video & Gaming Workshop (Grades 6+)

Participating students will be introduced to a series of choreographed step routines that highlights the ties between the cultural history and relevance of stepping, college life and academic achievement. Once students learn the basic elements of stepping, they ultimately collaborate with each other to produce their own music video and dance video game.

An awards ceremony will be held immediately following each showcase to recognize and reward students for their classroom and physical fitness goal accomplishments.

DANCE EDITION WORKSHOP GOALS:

  • Provide a stimulated learning environment for participating students to acquire the education and skills needed early on in life to make positive decisions that support proper nutrition and physical activity for reducing rates of disease and death from chronic diseases.
  • Create, cultivate, and sustain social networks that promote healthy living through moral reinforcements by optimizing social and emotional competencies to live successfully as a contributing citizen for the common good.
  • 21st Century Skills Development
  • Expand students’ capacity to know that success is possible.
  • Create an appreciation and understanding of the broad spectrum of arts education and culture.

EQUINE EDITION WORKSHOP:

 

C.A.E.’s Arts-N-Motion: Equine Edition eight-week workshop was designed to encourage our participants to create their own pathways in life, and to effectively navigate a pathway that connects education and employment to achieve a fulfilling, financially-secure and successful career within the equine industry and beyond. According to The Impact of Equine Activities on Youth Development study conducted by the Pennsylvania State University Department of Dairy and Animal Science - working with horses help develop positive values and life skills that are transferred to a young person’s daily life. The study found that 25 percent of youths’ life skills development are attributable to their development of horsemanship skills.

AIM's Equine Edition  workshop is a creative and fun-filled holistic approach to exposing underserved youth (Grades 6+) to various career opportunities within the equine industry, while incorporating social and emotional development, health, wellness and fitness education for the betterment of the communities they live and work in.  

Weekly equine lessons will instruct students on how to handle, care for, groom, breed, tack up, and ride gentle and well-trained horses. Lessons will also include unique and engaging activities with horses that incorporate physical fitness training, and the reinforcement of life skills such as communication, confidence, emotional identification and regulation, teamwork, trust, respect, responsibility, integrity, and perseverance.

 

Eligible students will be encouraged to join the interscholastic equestrian association in preparation for equestrian competitions. This allows students to have an opportunity to earn scholarships toward their college education through awards in competition and through sportsmanship activities.

 

EQUINE EDITION WORKSHOP GOALS:
  • Provide an opportunity for participating students to acquire the education and skills needed to make positive decisions that support a healthy and physically active lifestyle.
  • Encourage foundations of moral reinforcements, and to optimize social and emotional competencies in order to live successfully as a contributing citizen for the common good.
  • To promote college and career readiness for youth with various interests’ and careers within the equine industry and beyond.

FOR MORE PROGRAM INFORMATION, CALL (234) 348.1223

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