Pedagogy, Practice and Partnership: the future for dance education
Saturday 22 November 2014 / Birmingham Ormiston Academy
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
Making a difference to dance education through research
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.
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 we 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
We hope the sessions will represent a mix of researchers at different points in their careers. So whether you are researching at M level, as part of a CPD initiative, a PhD, an early career researcher or experienced researcher we would like to hear from you.
Presentations will be 30 minutes within one of two research sessions followed by time for questions and debate. The two sessions will be facilitated by Dr Kerry Chappell and Professor Vida Midgelow.
Send an abstract of 400-500 words detailing the research you wish to share. This should include a short statement as to the relevance young people’s dance education and the NDTA conference delegates.
Please also include the following details:
• Name /address /contact telephone number/email address
• A short biography of no longer than 100 words.
Proposals should be sent to:
Debbie Poulton NDTA Conference Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications : Friday 10 October 2014.
Successful applicants will be informed by end of October.
Proposals will be assessed by the small team involved in co-ordinating the research sessions.
Further information for Pedagogy, Practice and Partnership www.ndta.org.uk