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Hermans, Carolien – Journal of Dance Education, 2019
In this article we take a social, embodied stance towards autism that includes both the celebrating of difference as well as the notion of vulnerabilities. The hypothesis of Hanne de Jaegher (2013) serves as the main starting point of present research study. This hypothesis states that children with autism have a different embodiment and as a…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Young Children, Males, Autism
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Heiland, Teresa; Megill, Beth – Journal of Dance Education, 2019
This article focuses on the development of a theoretical framework for jazz dance in which researchers hypothesized how motif notation concepts from Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) and Language of Dance┬« (LOD) could be used to help learners understand how the roots and branches of jazz dance styles are related. We began by investigating the…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Aesthetics, African Culture, Cultural Influences
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Henderson, Bryant – Journal of Dance Education, 2019
By critically reviewing and discussing existing scholarship, this article considers how individuals construct their embodied performances of gender while navigating the diverse teaching--learning paradigms experienced within dance discourses. The inherent relationships that exist between dance education and gender have been substantially…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Dance, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes
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Gose, Rebecca Lynn – Journal of Dance Education, 2019
Undoubtedly, every young dancer aspires to be an expert technician and artistically dazzling. Working toward that end, a dancer is aware that he or she needs to spend many hours of practice in technique classes and on the stage. However, a dancer might not consider the fact that to become the best dancer possible, he or she needs equal abilities…
Descriptors: Dance, Cognitive Style, Motor Development, Skill Development
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Huskey, Sybil; Latulipe, Celine; Word, Melissa; Lottridge, Danielle – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
This case study looks at the use of focus groups as a reflective pedagogical tool in a collaborative project at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The study involved the DanceDraw project, a collaboration between choreographers and computer scientists investigating the intersection of dance and technology. Eight dance and technology…
Descriptors: Focus Groups, Dance, Case Studies, Computer Science
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Weidmann, Chelsea – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
Current research into reflective pedagogy in dance almost exclusively discusses the tertiary education population. Additionally, the research is primarily focused on concert modern dance and creative dance pedagogies, techniques, and choreography. Ballet technique programs in precollegiate populations have, so far, been left out of the…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Reflective Teaching, Educational Philosophy, Teaching Methods
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Hauschild-Mork, Melissa; Dailey, Rocky – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
Researchers analyzed data from 14 participants in a collaborative, interarts, intergenerational community partnership project entitled "An Evening with Harvey Dunn's Feminine Images," to understand the effects of the project design on participant learning. The year-long project included collaboration among faculty and students from six…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Program Design, Intergenerational Programs, Partnerships in Education
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Lim, Jae Hoon; Galantino, Mary Lou; Bahring, Stasia; Woolverton, Kahra – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
The purpose of this interdisciplinary educational experience was to explore dynamic interaction between student dancers and graduate physical therapy students in a structured learning environment regarding prevention of dance injuries. A second aim was to determine the utility of a self-report outcome measure and the Functional Movement Screen…
Descriptors: Dance, Physical Therapy, Mixed Methods Research, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Purvis, Denise – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
As higher education institutions look forward to determine the needs of graduates, they are discovering a demand for hands-on training that facilitates the development of higher order thinking and skills. One valuable method of providing such training is creating community engagement opportunities that integrate university students' educational…
Descriptors: Dance, Dance Education, Community Involvement, Qualitative Research
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Morgan, Ilana – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
This article presents a guiding framework for K-12 arts education. The framework lists four goals for arts education and outlines six areas of teaching practices to support these goals. This framework is presented adjacent to specific political moments, executive orders, and movements from the 2017-2018 political landscape in the United States,…
Descriptors: Art Education, Dance Education, Citizenship Education, Social Justice
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Mabingo, Alfdaniels – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
Over the years, dances from African cultures have been viewed in the Western world as caricatures of exotic bodies and representations of experiences that are abundant in the natural order of things. Valentino Y. Mudimbe (1988) has defined this otherization and objectification as the invention of Africa. With the continuous mobility of people and…
Descriptors: African Culture, Dance Education, Teaching Methods, Teacher Attitudes
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Davis, Crystal U. – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
Dance education in American schools from P-12 through higher education are affected by the pervasive reach of Whiteness. Well-intentioned and passionate dance educators feel the effects of and are instrumental in the institutions Whiteness has reified in the American educational system. In order to dismantle inequity and marginalization of Black…
Descriptors: Whites, Power Structure, Social Differences, Dance Education
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Mulvihill, Julie A. – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
Principles of responsible citizenship that can contribute to the development of a pedagogy of collaboration in dance making contexts are examined. Philosophical ideas about relational being and what it means for people to be, think, and act together contribute to a framework for investigating communication and habits among dance makers. Rehearsal…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Citizenship Education, Teaching Methods, Interpersonal Relationship
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MacPherson, Tehmekah – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
The author, a dance instructor, embraced the energy and culture of Hip Hop when she started dancing back in the late 1980s and early 90s. However when invited to teach Hip Hop dance for a newly revived dance minor in 2011, she had her concerns because her Hip Hop instruction in various settings previous to this invitation left her a bit…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Popular Culture, Music, Teaching Methods
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Hoss Jameson, Haley – Journal of Dance Education, 2018
Many college students come to dance with very narrow views of what dance is, how it should be expressed, who should be able to dance, and how to proceed with their own futures in this field. Students often do not recognize what roles dance plays in the world, other than a form of entertainment, and they struggle to make connections between history…
Descriptors: College Students, Dance Education, Social Responsibility, Social Justice
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