Repositioning the Learning-Disabled Performing Arts Student as Critical Facilitator

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Terret, L. 2016. Repositioning the Learning-Disabled Performing Arts Student as Critical Facilitator. in: Preston, Sheila (ed.) Applied Theatre: Facilitation Pedagogies, Practices, Resilience Methuen Drama. pp. 131-150
AuthorsTerret, L.
EditorsPreston, Sheila
Book titleApplied Theatre: Facilitation Pedagogies, Practices, Resilience
Page range131-150
Year2016
PublisherMethuen Drama
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Print20 Oct 2016
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Deposited11 Sep 2017
Series Applied Theatre
ISBN9781472576941
Web address (URL)https://www.bloomsbury.com/9781472576941
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