Dance teaching & learning: shaping practice
Lorna Sanders (ed)
Main Book Collection (2 copies)
Especially produced for dance practitioners working in the informal sector with children and young people, and of particular significance to DDTAL candidates.
Written for people working in the informal sector, and structured into 4 units to follow the structure of DDTAL, this book will also benefit a wide range of people including independent dance artists / practitioners, employees in a variety of dance organisations and companies, PGCE students, and dance students.
Contributions from twelve leading experts in the field provide:
- Overviews of key theories, concepts and frameworks, applied specifically to dance.
- Information about child development, anatomy, physiology and safe and effective practice.
- Case studies, reflective questions and bibliographies for further study.
- Illustrations of the range of practice that takes place within various contexts in which practitioners work with young people
Source: http://www.communitydance.org.uk (24/9/13)