Lindsay Eales

Primary Instructor, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation - Teaching

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Primary Instructor, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation - Teaching
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lindsay.eales@ualberta.ca

Courses

DANCE 200 - The Spectrum of Dance in Society

The theory and practice of dance as a human physical activity. Focus will be on the aesthetic, expressive, rhythmical dimensions of movement in a culture's artistic and social life. The study will include movement content, techniques, improvisation, composition and performance in a variety of dance forms including modern/creative, social, jazz, and folk dance.

Winter Term 2021
RLS 473 - Principles and Processes in Therapeutic Recreation

The therapeutic recreation programming process is emphasized. Primary focus is on specialized programs in therapeutic recreation settings. The relationship between therapeutic recreation services and recreation and special populations is addressed. Therapeutic recreation service methods, such as systems approach programming, activity analysis, leisure assessment techniques and instruments, as well as treatment approaches and facilitation strategies employed in therapeutic recreation settings are presented. Professional issues such as client rights, standards of practice, and credentialing will also be addressed. Prerequisite: KRLS 207.

Fall Term 2020

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