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Ann Kipling Brown

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Ann Kipling Brown (PhD) is a professor in dance education in the Arts Education Program in the Faculty of Education and heads dance in the Conservatory of Performing Arts at the University of Regina. 

Ann Kipling Brown's Work

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

Discussing and Documenting The Dance Experience

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

Enhancing Dance Education in Public Schools: Teacher/Artist Partnerships

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

Issues in Implementation: curriculum versus reality

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

Non-Western Dance Forms in the Public School Curriculum

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

Instructional Strategies: different modes of instruction help students learn

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

The reflective teacher

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

There is Time to Talk in Class… learning domains are teaching domains

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

Developing a curriculum

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

Finding a balance

Social Studies

By Ann Kipling Brown

Who is Teaching Our Children? The development of a Certificate in Dance Teacher Education

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