Veronica Sherborne developed a unique way of engaging children and adults in interactive learning through movement which became known as Sherborne Developmental Movement, which is described in her book, Developmental Movement for Children (Worth Publishing, 2001). She developed a way of working that was wholly inclusive and could easily be adapted for children and adults with severe learning difficulties, psychological distress, and physical and sensory disabilities as well as children in mainstream education. In its conception, she drew on her knowledge of child development, and her intense interest in human movement and its psychological implications. Although Sherborne Developmental Movement has its roots in British education, current practitioners come from all over Europe and from diverse professions, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy, as well as education. Moving with Research aims to confirm the benefits accrued through the practical application of the Sherborne Developmental Movement programme and to encourage and inspire both new and experienced practitioners to take a proactive role in testing out Veronica Sherborne's claims. The book presents research which has been carried out in both the UK and Europe by educationalists, therapists and health professionals. The impetus for producing this book has arisen from the current high demands for evidence-based practice, and the need of head teachers, therapists, funding bodies and local authorities for evidence of the efficacy of the Sherborne Developmental Movement programme and its beneficial and worthwhile effects.
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Description du livre Sunfield, 2007. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire M0955056837