Lula Washington Dance

Lula Washington Dance Theatre, photo by BeBe Jacobs

Teacher Programs

Storytelling and Movement in the Virtual Classroom

Teaching Through Storytelling | Online Class

Choose one of two workshop dates.
Workshop 1: Tuesday, February 9, 4:00–5:00 pm (PT)
Workshop 2: Tuesday, February 16, 4:00–5:00 pm (PT)

About the Program

Get students excited to tell stories using movement! Join us for this lively online professional development workshop to enrich your core content with activities anyone can try. Connect with fellow educators, receive a toolkit of lesson plans, and find new modalities that will boost students’ self-esteem, sense of community, and creative problem-solving skills.

This program is part of Noah’s Ark at the Skirball™: The Art of Imagination, a component of the Roslyn and Abner Goldstine School Programs. Inspired by the artistry and messages of Noah’s Ark, this suite of online programs and resources features vibrant video content, lesson plans, and virtual field trips for students, as well as FREE online professional development programs for teachers. 


Instructor: Charlotte Perebinossoff is an Arts Integration Coach and Teaching Artist in dance and visual arts. Her goal is to demystify dance and arm educators with the tools they need to confidently incorporate movement into their classrooms. She has taught dance in Singapore, New York City, Trenton, and Connecticut, as well as English in South Korea; worked as a full-time Dance Teacher at the Gabriella Charter Schools in South Central and Echo Park; and served as Interim Coordinator for the Skirball Cultural Center’s Teaching Through Storytelling program in 2019.