This strand invites
you to consider myriad ways of helping dance learners to learn and dance
teachers to teach.
Learn methods and strategies used in real dance classrooms to support best practice in dance education.
National Arts and Education Information Network
|Arts Education Partnership
National coalition of arts, education, business, philanthropic, and government organizations that demonstrates and promotes the essential role of the arts in the learning and development of every child and in the improvement of schools
|The Arts Connection
2000 issue of Educational Horizons with articles on the
arts-academics connection (in PDF format)
|Arts Education: Basic to Learning
1999 special issue of Northwest Education Magazine
services supporting arts education from the Getty Education Institute
|The Art and Science of Teaching/Learning Dance
this paper, Joan Walton discusses the theory of multiple intelligences
as applied to dance and what sports psychologists have to say about teaching
and learning dance.
|Center for Artistry in Teaching
on effective teaching as an art form
Public Schools dance IMPACT program
|The Knowledge Loom
Knowledge Loom, a web-based resource on what works in teaching and learning,
includes a searchable collection of promising practices on a range of
topics and a special focus on professional development that includes research-based
practices and examples of those practices in real schools.
|Multiple Intelligences and Arts Integration
Busting Multiple Intelligences Myths" by Barbara Pearson, reprinted
from ArtLinks, October-November 1998 .
|Web Library: Resources for Teachers
forum for practitioners of Labanotation and Motif Description to exchange
educational materials and ideas, from the Alliance of Dance Notation Educators.
Anyone with materials or ideas they would like to share is encouraged
to submit them for consideration.
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