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Dance Educator Award

IADMS Nominations For Dance Educator Award 2018

The Educators Award is one of the IADMS Educators Committee’s most successful enterprises and the Committee is calling for nominations for the 2018 Dance Educators Award.

The award seeks to recognize the work of some of IADMS most eminent Dance Educators for their outstanding contribution to teaching dance by consistent integration of Dance Medicine and Science into Practice and also to acknowledge their influence on future dance teachers.

The criteria for the award describes a dance educator who is a member of IADMS and:

  • Demonstrates a long-standing method of the integration and implementation of dance science and research into the classroom.
  • Has developed a system of training based on a sound knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, and/or psychology.
  • Can address artistic and pedagogical priorities, within a scientific context, to help researchers understand the art of dance and dance teaching.
  • Demonstrates innovative thinking in teaching and is not afraid to challenge myths and historical methods.
  • Demonstrates an ongoing commitment to furthering the field of dance, dance science and IADMS as an organization.

All of the criteria benchmarks must be addressed by the advocate on the nomination form (supplied) for the nominee to be eligible for the award.

Nominations for the award will close on May 1, 2018.

 

Please complete the following fields in support of your nomination as fully as possible. Ensure you provide concrete examples of how your nominee fulfills each criteria.
Please limit your total submission to approximately 250 words or less.
How does the nominee demonstrate a long-standing method of the integration and implementation of dance science and research into the classroom?
In what ways has the nominee developed a system of training which is based on a sound knowledge of human anatomy, physiology and/ or psychology?
How does the nominee address artistic and pedagogical priorities, within a scientific context, to help researchers understand the art of dance and dance teaching?
How does the nominee demonstrate innovative thinking in teaching? Please provide examples of how they challenge myths and historical methods with scientific and empirical evidence to optimise performance.
In what ways does the nominee demonstrate an ongoing commitment to furthering the field of dance, dance science and IADMS as an organisation?

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