CAS in Dance Science: Psychology & Education – New start in February 2019
The Dance Science programme at the University of Bern offers the second CAS in Dance Science: Psychology & Education from February 2019 on after a successful first round.
The CAS in Dance Science: Psychology & Education focuses on the psychological and pedagogical aspects in dance. Participants will acquire different psychological concepts and compare and reflect upon them critically in relation to their practical experience. The programme will encourage participants to develop advanced skills, which allow them to design and implement dance curricula for a range of dance populations such as older adults or dancers with disabilities.
We will have top-level researchers and experienced lecturers on board for the different topics: Dr. Imogen Aujla, Oliver Dähler, Clare Guss-West, Dr. Jennie Hancox, Dr. Patrick Kaltenrieder, Dr. Sanna Nordin-Bates, Dr. Emma Redding, Prof. Dr. Mirko Schmidt, Susanne Schneider, Dr. Rolf van de Langenberg, PD Dr. Mirko Wegner, Prof. Dr. Paul Wylleman
Take the chance and be part of this exciting new field, which is dance science!
Application deadline: 19 December 2018
Follow this link: CAS DS PE
Tel. +41 (0)31 631 56 64 (Andrea Schärli, programme leader)
Tel. +41 (0)31 631 56 59 (Jil Keller, administration)