Breaking the learning barrier for underachieving students: practical teaching strategies for dramatic results

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Corwin Press, 2006 - Education - 264 pages
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This guide explains the special learning and discipline needs of dramatic or at-risk learners and outlines specific teaching strategies for helping dramatic learners succeed.

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Contents

Dramatic Elements
11
The Profile of a Dramatic Learner
53
The Structure of Dramatic Learning
67
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About the author (2006)

George D. Nelson is a professor, writer, teacher, curriculum designer, director, and educational consultant. His work and influence has been felt in a wide range of institutions and educationally oriented organizations, colleges and universities, state departments of education, state departments of corrections, public schools, corporations, community outreach organizations, and foundations. Curriculum he has created has been used internationally to help teachers and trainers better reach their dramatic learners.

Professor Nelson travels extensively giving workshops, lectures, and inservice training for trainers, teachers, professors, and administrators. He is presently an associate professor at Brigham Young University with a dual appointment in the David O. McKay School of Education and the College of Fine Arts and Communications. He has received numerous teaching awards and has been recognized by the American Alliance for Theatre in Education with the Linn Wright Special Recognition Award for his work with incarcerated dramatic learners.