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  • Dance and disability: Embracing difference, tensions and complexities

    Cheesman, Sue (The University of Waikato, 2014)
    In this paper I am particularly interested in unpacking the notion that dancers with a visible disability are both marginalised and hyper-visible. I refer to selected dance examples available on YouTube and consider these ...
  • Developing non-verbal ways of knowing in dance: Collaborative school / university action research.

    Henderson, Clare L.; Fraser, Deborah; Cheesman, Sue; Tyson, Shirley (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2007)
    Gardner (1983, 1993) has long argued that education privileges certain intelligences, primarily the linguistic and the logical-mathematical. As the arts tend to emphasise ways of knowing outside these intelligences, their ...
  • DVD Review: Move it

    Cheesman, Sue (2007)
    DVD review of Move it (Dance class choreographed and taught by Anita Hutchins).
  • DZIAH to dance

    Cheesman, Sue (DANZ, 2006)
    Sue Cheesman talks to Billy Paea, director of DZIAH, a South Auckland-based hip hop dance crew.
  • Examining and disrupting rituals of practice in the primary classroom

    Fraser, Deborah; Henderson, Clare L.; Price, Graham; Aitken, Vivienne Jane; Cheesman, Sue; Bevege, Fiona; Klemick, Amanda; Rose, Lisa; Tyson, Shirley (Routledge, 2009)
    Much of what happens in primary classrooms reflects a number of rituals and routines that have largely become an unconscious part of teachers' repertoires. While these 'rituals of practice' provide a framework or structure ...