Ruth is a teaching artist listed on the CT Teaching Artist Directory. She teaches choreography and movement for experiential learning. She was the recipient of the CT Regional Grant in 2016 and 2017 where she taught social justice at Simpson Waverly Community school and Fred Wish Museum School with fellow teaching artist Alika Hope.
Video of Social Justice Teaching Artist Collaborative:
Video of The Role of Courage in Obtaining Civil Rights:
Video of Science Themed Residency of Forces and Sound:
Central CT State University, New Britain, CT working with students in arts integration class .
Ruth teaches 4th graders at Martin School as part of Math and Choreography TAC funded by the State Department of Education May 2016
Fred Wish Museum School, Teaching Artist Collaborative Moving Through Motion and Sound February-April 2016
Principia College, Elsah Illinois, Teaching Artist work with Next Generation Science Standards with college students in the Environmental Education Class February 2016
Simpson Waverly Community School 3rd grade We Rise-Social Justice Langston Hughes and Maya Angelou explored through choreography Jan/Feb 2016 TAC funded in part by the NEA, the Greater Hartford Arts Council, and the CT State Office of the Arts
Capital Preparatory Magnet School 4th Graders Moving Through Motion and Sound January 2016
Martin School, Manchester, CT Kindergarten and 4th graders, Math/Shades of Meaning/Movement April-June 2015
High School in the Community, New Haven observational assisting Physics/Latin/AP English/movement March/April 2015
Jack Jackter Elementary School, Colchester, CT, 5th graders The Role of Courage and Civil Disobedience in Obtaining Civil Rights History/language arts/Choreograpy January/February 2015
Environmental Science Magnet School at Mary Hooker, 4th/5th graders Science/Sound and Choreography November 2014
Simpson-Waverly Classical Magnet School, 5th grade Science/Sound and Choreography January 2015
CT Teaching Artist, Ruth Lewis taught Motion and Sound through choreography and dance to these 4th and 5th graders at an elementary school in CT.