2019 CDEA NDEO National Conference Scholarship Application
The California Dance Education Association is proud to offer a limited number of scholarships for the National Dance Education Organization annual conference. The 2019 NDEO conference will be held in Miami Florida, October 23-October 26, 2019

In order to apply for a scholarship, you must be a current member of the California Dance Education Association. To join or to update your membership, please go to www.ndeo.org then return to this form to apply. Applications must be submitted no later than midnight May 15, 2019.

Your Name *
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Email Address *
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Cell Phone Number (including area code) *
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Address (including city, state and zip) *
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What is your NDEO Membership #? *
You can find this information by logging into your NDEO account and clicking on your profile.
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Are you presenting at NDEO? *
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If you are presenting at NDEO, please tell us the name of your presentation and a brief description of the content. If you are not presenting, SKIP THIS QUESTION.
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To what degree does financial need for registration costs determine your ability to attend NDEO? *
How many times have you attended the NDEO National Conference? *
What is your work in dance education at present? *
Discuss your current role or position in dance education including the setting or community you work in and the students you work with.
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The focus of this year's conference is The Creative Process: Choreography, Choices-Making, and Communication. How would attending NDEO this year benefit your community, and your current and future work in regards to your own development as a choreographer, or your ability to impart knowledge of choice-making and communication on your students? *
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How would attending this conference impact your leadership in dance? *
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In your teaching, how do you engage your students in the art of communication? How do you practice choice-making in your own choreography and how do you help students to make their own artistic choices even when they differ from yours? In your practices, how do you encourage students to appreciate their individuality and use their differences in ability, socio-economic status, religious practices, body image, gender-identity, culture, etc., to inform their choices? How are you using dance to communicate social, political, and/or economic issues in society? How do you practice and teach your student to communicate with their community and with other dance programs across sectors, genres, geography, and cultures? Share with us why you feel your work would benefit from attendance at the national conference. *
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