18 June 2020 12:00 - 13:00

Behaviour for Learning and Engaging the Disenfranchised (Webinar)

This webinar focuses on behaviour for learning and the importance of early intervention in identifying and engaging students who are disengaged. Attendees will be introduced to how a disengaged student can become disenfranchised, and the difficulties teachers face in reengaging them in their learning.

Aims

The aims of this webinar are:

  • To explain the issue of learner identity as it impacts dance education.
  • To discuss ways in which to establish an empowered learner identity among the disenfranchised which benefits learners and dance teachers.
  • To demonstrate the importance of social partnerships in learning within a dance context.
  • To develop innovative ways of supporting the re engagement of disenfranchised learners in dance education.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the relevance of developing and maintaining learner identity among the disenfranchised
  • Critically analyse perspectives of learning that support the re engagement of disenfranchised learners in dance education
  • Design teaching and learning strategies that benefit disenfranchised learners.

About the Presenter

Kevin Zwierzchaczewski

Kevin has over twenty years of educational experience ranging across all levels of education, from pre-primary/primary, through to secondary, Higher Education, Further and Distance education. He has delivered educational programmes in prison to populations ranging from youth offenders, maximum security offenders, and within psychiatric prison environments. Kevin has also taught in PRUs (Pupil Referral Units) and run behavioural intervention programmes at inner city London schools where the intention was to attempt to separate youth from the gangs they were involved in and to offer them meaningful educational outcomes and an opportunity for an alternative life. Currently, Kevin is a Lecturer in Teacher Education in the Faculty of Education, Royal Academy of Dance tutoring across university-validated and RAD Awards programmes of study.

CPD Hours

1 hour Time-Valued CPD

Fees

Members of the Royal Academy of Dance receive discounts on all CPD activities.

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Key Information

Time Fee
12:00 - 13:00 Member Fee: £15
Non-Member Fee: £20