Author Article Year Vol Pages
Anon CSE Syllabus 41
Anon National vocational Qualifications 1992 11.3 p.2
Anon Children have the Last Word 1994 13.3 p.5,12
Archbutt, S. On the Origins of the Laban Art of Movement Guild 2006 25.1 pp.10-11
Bagley, G. Relating Dance Performances to Education 63
Bagley, G. Dance in the National Curriculum 1992 11.1 pp.7-8
Bagley, G. A Sense of Moving 1995 14.2 p.11
Bailey, E. Response to “The Enrichment of the Child” 2006 25.4 p.5
Bartleman, E. Action Research Project – To Improve the Quality of Learning and Teaching in Dance 2011 30.3 pp.15-17
Batchelor, J. Laban Certificate for Graded Achievement 2018 37.1 p.27
Bauer, S. The Creative Research Project Process. Movement Analysis at St Olaf College, USA 2010 29.1 pp.17-19
Brinson, P. Into the 1990s: Council for Dance Education and Training (UK) 1992 11.3 p.7
Bruce, V. Dance and Drama in Secondary Modern Girls’ Schools 30
Buckland, D. Thanks for the Memory! 2006 25.1 pp.7-9
Carlisle, A. Perennial Principles: Generation and Re-generation in Dance Education in the UK 2012 31.3 pp.10-13
Casson, E. Laban’s Effect upon Physical Education 2012 31.3 pp.10-13
Chapman, O. How to Use C.S.E Examinations 41
Cormack, M. AQA GCSE Dance – the new specification 2018 37.1 pp.24-25
Curl, G. Questions for the Experts – Dr Mollie Davies 2003 22.4 pp.8-9
Curl, G. Dialogue and Dance – Reflections on Mollie Davies and the Development of Critical Appreciation of Dance 2003 22.4 pp.10-12
Curl, G. Questions for the Experts – Betty Redfern 2004 23.1 pp.6-9
Curl, G. Mid-summer Madness – in the Park? 2004 22.2 pp.14-17
Curl, G. A Jewel in the Crown of the West Riding – a powerhouse of creative activity 2016 35.3 pp.10-11
Daniels, S. & Tedder, A. Laban and his influence on Bedford PT College and its Students 2014 33.1 pp.10-11
Ellerby, M. Dance Lesson 1994 13.3 p.7
Engal, L. Dance in Sport Education 2001 20.4 pp.6-7
Everitt, L. Continuing Professional Development 1999 18.3 p.14
Fitzpatrick, T. Dance in Education. The Value of Performance 1997 16.3 pp.4,8
Foster, R. The Place of Dance in Education – ‘In the early nineteen thirties Rudolf Laban’s conception of movement as an art became known in this country.  It was introduced and developed at first by several Englishwomen who had studied under one of his pupils…and later when Lisa Ullmann and later Laban himself made their home in this country.’ 1957 19 pp.7-12
Francomb, H. The Problems of Teacher as Juggler 1997 16.2 p.3
Garvey, C. A Passion for Dance 2000 19.2 pp.1,3
Gaumer, D. The Art of Movement in Education 24
Grant, J. Through Drama 1994 13.4 p.8
Gray, C. Would you like to slither too? 1997 16.2 pp.1,12
Hamby, C. An Adventure into the World of Art 39
Hamby, C. Dance in Education – Is it An Adventure into the World of Art – Part 1 60
Hamby, C. Dance in Education – Is it An Adventure into the World of Art – Part 2 61
Hamby, C. Dance in Education – Is it An Adventure into the World of Art – Part 3 62
Haslet, J.D. Teaching Movement Studies Overseas 1995 14.1 pp.4-5,9
Haycocks, J. Life Skills or Art? 2007 26.3 pp.20-23
Henshaw, D. The Guild and A Level Dance 1994 13.1 pp.3,8
Hermelin, W. Thoughts on Teaching A Level Dance 1994 13.1 p.9
Hermelin, W. Colour Movement 1997 16.3 p.3
Hong, C.S. Teaching Creative Movement 1996 15.1 pp.8,10
Howlett, R. Movement and Physical Education 44
Howlett, R. Dance in Education: the Reality and the Dream 1989 78 May
Howlett, R. Dance in Education: the Reality and the Dream 1999 18.4 p.15
Hunter, J., Jakes, L., Owen-McKenna, Y., & Ward, A. Laban Guild Foundation Course 2015 34.1 pp.4-7
Jones, B. Relationships in Dance 56
Jordan, D. The Introduction and Development of Movement and Dance in the West Riding 1947-52 52
Keast, J. Modern Dance in the Junior School 1953 11 pp.14-15
Keast, J. Looking Back: Some Articles that caught our Eye. October 1953. Modern Dance in a Junior School 1999 18.4 p.7
Killingbeck, M. Process versus Product in Higher Education Teacher Training 2006 25.3 pp.4-5
Killingbeck, M. Eportfolio Pilot Project 2008 27.3 pp.14-17
Killingbeck, M. Laban – the Way Forward in Dance Education 2008 27.4 p.5
Killingbeck, M. High Quality Teaching and Learning in Dance, University of Bedfordshire 2010 29.1 pp.26-27
Killingbeck, M. Mini Research Projects in a Variety of School Settings 2011 30.1 p.9
Killingbeck, M. Resourcing Your Dance Practice 2012 31.1 pp.20-21
Killingbeck, M. Literacy and Dance 2013 33.3 p.7
Killingbeck, M. Numeracy and Dance 2015 34.3 pp.9-10
Laban, J.de What is the Trend in Dance Education – ‘We are caught by the dual aim pursued by most institutions in which dance is taught.  Should it be a preparation for the eventual future progression career , or should the student be only initiated into one more form of “art appreciation”?’ 1951 6 pp.18-21
Ledgard, D. Laban’s Effect upon Physical Education 1998 17.4 pp.5,11,14
Lunn, J. Warm-up Ideas 1997 16.3 p.11
Lunn, J. The Future of Dance in Education 2000 19.1 p.10
Maletic, V. Bringing the Laban Oral Tradition into Cyberspace 1999 18.4 pp.1,10-11
Malpass, G. There was a Star Danced, and under that I was born 1997 16.4 p.3
Manton, R. Working with the Arts 1994 13.3 pp.3,10
Mauldon, E. The Element of Creativity in Movement Education 49
Matthews, H. Working with Live Arts 1994 13.3 p.1
McBriar, S. More Warming Up 1997 16.4 p.5
McGivering, S. Movement and Dance with Adolescents 28
Meier, W. The Laban Approach to Movement in Education 2009 28.2 p.17
Mills, E. The Enrichment of the Child 2006 25.3 pp.6-7
Morpurgo, E. Movement in a Junior Girls School – bringing PE and dance to a deprived community – ‘…with this work done in a true spirit in a school there need be no streaming, there will be no talk of a nervous child, social barriers will be knocked down, absenteeism lessened and experience gained, then I will have shown a very little gratitude to Mr Laban and his group of faithful exponents of the wonderful art of movement.’ 1956 16 pp.34-36
Nieuwenhuis-Reinders, M. The Start-up and the Practice 2001 20.3 pp.4-5
Norman, L. “Garbology” – An Educational Programme from Suffolk Dance 2005 24.4 pp.17-18
Parry, R. The Laban Message at Work in Monmouth 1999 18.3 p.15
Parry, R. Dance at Haberdashers’ Monmouth School 2006 18.3 pp.8-9
Parry, R. Monmouth Dancers continue to Learn with Laban 2000 25.3 p.7
Parry, R. Vorsprung Durch Dance 2014 33.2 pp.7-8
Parry, R. Laban’s Legacy Lives on at Monmouth School for Girls 2018 37.1 p.26
Pasch, J. Well-being and Happiness 1999 18.3 p.15
Preston, J. Drama, Dance and Me 1994 13.4 p.8
Preston-Dunlop, V. The Introduction to Creative Dance of the 13-16 year old 25
Robinson, B. Lesson for Key Stage 3 or KS4 1994 13.1 p.5
Russell, J. The Need for Movement Experience and Dance in Present Day Education – ‘In movement education we work on three principal aspects.  Firstly we give effort training; secondly we develop a feeling for space and shape; and thirdly we give experience in group relationships.’ 1950 5 pp.5-7
Russell, J. Movement: a Comprehensive Education – ‘It is only in the last twenty years or so that the idea of movement being a means of education, and extensively  so, has been explored, accepted and developed.’ 1957 18 pp.14-20
Salter, E.A. Moving Words 1998 17.1 pp.4-5
Schofield, J. Dance in the Park 2004 23.2 pp.12-13
Shiers, J. This Machine of Ours! 1997 16.1 pp.4-5
Siddall, J. The Arts Council – Dance and Education 1995 14.2 p.8
Smith, J. Performing Arts. The Student’s View 1998 17.1 p.12
Smith-Autard, J. Changes in Teaching the Art of Dance 1994 13.2 pp.3-4
Smith-Autard, J. Dance Teaching and the use of Technology 2007 26.4 pp.7-8
Smith-Autard, J. Dance Teaching and the use of Technology – past developments and an exciting future 2016 35.3 pp.7-9
Stanley, S. Movement Training in Education – The Importance of Individual Movement Characteristics. 1958 21 pp.41-42
Stokes, E. Dance Education – A Further Challenge to the Older Grammar School Child and the Specialist Student 38
Tagore, R. Movement in Education – notes from Tagore’s ideas and experience taken by Leonard Elmhirst – ‘…introduce the dramatic arts into your school from the beginning. … Boys and girls should become accustomed to talking and learning whilst walking..’ 1956 17 pp.24-29
Taylor-Byrne, J.V. The Nature of Dance Revisited 1981 66 May
Thomson, R. KS4 Choreography – Method in the Magic 2014 33.3 pp.6-10
Tyndale-Biscoe, V. Art of Movement in the Bath Academy of Art – ‘The art of movement is linked with drawing to form a movement and drawing class, and here the students been the day by experiencing certain aspects of moving, illustrated later by the model, so that they become more aware of the different tensions, twists and shapes the body can assume.’ 1950 5 pp.15-16
Ullmann, L. The Art of Movement in Education – ‘Contemporary teaching in the Art of Movement should awaken and keep alive a harmony of movement and behaviour, in spite of the adverse influences of our mechanical civilisation.’ 1952 8 pp.25-30
Ullmann, L. Syllabus for Modern Educational Dance for Duke of Edinburgh Award 30
Ullmann, L. Laban and Education through Movement 38
Ward, A. From Dance to Art – Body Awareness 1996 15.1 p.12
Ward, A. From Dance to Art – The Use of Space 1996 15.2 p.10
Ward, A. From Dance to Art – Making an Effort 1996 15.3 p.10
Ward, A. From Dance to Art – Relationships 1996 15.4 p.11
Washbrooke, C. Resourcing Unique Expression 2010 29.1 pp.25-26
Webster, M. Creativity is Time Consuming 1994 13.2 p.8
Whettam, J. A Successful Outcome? 1999 18.3 p.11
Willford, G. Understanding Movement 37
Williams, J. A Letter to Young Teachers of Art of Movement 36
Wilson, H. A Training for Community Dance workers: Stepping Back in Time 1999 18.3 pp.6-7
Wilson, H. The Present – A Pre-School Project 2002 20.4 p.14