Pedagogy, Practice and Partnership, NDTA Conference 2014
Birmingham Ormiston Academy, Saturday 22nd November, 2014
A reminder to all dance education researchers that this year’s NDTA conference will focus on delivering high quality dance practice in and beyond the curriculum. Through keynote presentations, panel discussions, workshops and seminars the day offers a stimulating professional development opportunity to support and inspire dance teachers working at all levels.
Making a difference to dance education through research
In collaboration with DanceHE, Pedagogy, Practice and Partnership will again feature research by and for dance teachers. Focusing upon or related to children and young people’s dance education the NDTA invite proposals for research led presentations that address (but are not limited to) the following areas:
· Approaching dance education pedagogy, including through partnership
· Dynamics of dance learning
· Dance education research methodologies
· Professional development for dance teachers
Kerry Chappell, from the CREATE Research Group will be facilitating the conference sessions alongside Professor Vida Midgelow. If you would like further information and to submit a proposal by Friday 10th October 2014, find further information here.