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Benn, Tansin – Research in Dance Education, 2003
This paper provides an opportunity to share experiences and perceptions of the first 5 years of a degree programme for professional dancers. A partnership developed in the mid-1990s between the UK's Birmingham Royal Ballet and the University of Birmingham, Westhill (now School of Education), to provide a part-time, post-experience, flexible study…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Dance, Foreign Countries, Partnerships in Education
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Beck, Jill; Appel, Morgan – Research in Dance Education, 2003
The numerous ways that postsecondary students benefit from experiential education across the academic disciplines have been well documented in the scholarly literature. One exception, however, is in the field of dance, where these effects have not been researched as extensively. Using a combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods,…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Dance Education, Research Methodology, Service Learning
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Lopez y. Royo, Alessandra – Research in Dance Education, 2002
The paper proposes that existing methodologies for dance studies can be extended through consideration of recently developing methodologies from social archaeology. It is first argued that an archaeological perspective on dance is enriching for archaeology, whose recent interest in dance as a focus of investigation can be seen as an attempt to…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Figurative Language, Archaeology, Dance
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Hanna, Judith Lynne – Research in Dance Education, 2002
Dance education in the USA has a new window of opportunity to reach every child in academic schools. The National Education Goals now recognize dance as a core subject, such as, e.g. language. To take advantage of this development, the "Intelligent Moves--Partnering Dance & Education K-12" workshop for teachers was held as part of the Vail Valley…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Dance Education, Workshops, Teaching Methods
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Smith, Mary Lynn – Research in Dance Education, 2002
This paper is a study of the impact movement education has had on prospective dance and theatre practitioners--how they think about, perceive, and experience movement. The purpose is to discuss the concept "experience" as it relates to phenomena being considered during classes in dance improvisation and movement for theatre with the objective to…
Descriptors: Imagination, Movement Education, Academic Achievement, Dance
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Risner, Doug – Research in Dance Education, 2002
This article explores the ways in which gay male presence and contribution to dance education in the US is minimised in order to legitimate male participation and to gain wider social acceptance of dance. Current muted discourses regarding homosexuality in dance pedagogy are not only shortsighted, but also unwittingly reproduce narrow stereotypes…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Criticism, Group Unity, Homosexuality
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Moss, Suzan – Research in Dance Education, 2002
This article explores continuing professional development. I teach in a community college where 93% of the students are black and Latino. I am a Caucasian teacher, and my background is primarily modern and jazz dance. In recent years I have been studying African and Latin dance forms, so that I can address the deep hunger my students have to learn…
Descriptors: Music, Dance, Foreign Countries, Community Colleges
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Hamalainen, Soili – Research in Dance Education, 2002
The most familiar form of evaluation in Western theatrical dance is aesthetic judgement, which considers dance performances as objects of art. This is how dance critics usually approach dance. However, there is more to evaluation than this. It also plays an integral part in learning: it can help a student develop skills in choreography as well as…
Descriptors: Majors (Students), Evaluators, Teaching Methods, Evaluation
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Warburton, Edward C. – Research in Dance Education, 2002
This paper describes new approaches to assessment in dance and dance education. The first part examines assumptions behind traditional models of evaluation in academic and performing arts contexts. I consider whether it is useful to understand human ability as unitary or if it is meaningful to evaluate people according to a single dimension of…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Evaluation, Talent Identification, Intelligence
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Fortin, Sylvie; Long, Warwick; Lord, Madeleine – Research in Dance Education, 2002
Examined how the Feldenkrais Method of somatic education informed a series of contemporary technique classes in a professional setting in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Collaborative research findings highlighted three themes: transfer of learning, movement awareness facilitation, and construction of the dancing bodies. This study works toward a shift…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Foreign Countries, Human Body, Movement Education
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Claid, Emilyn – Research in Dance Education, 2002
Uses the author's experiences as a performer, choreographer, artistic director, and teacher to investigate the notion of the performer's presence in dance, providing examples from her teaching a graduate module in performance making (choreography) to illustrate how performance practice and poststructuralist theory can influence each other. Three…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Performance
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Street, Susan – Research in Dance Education, 2002
Three key publications from September 2000 point to rapid changes in the educational and arts environment in Hong Kong that will impact on the development of dance education. This paper provides some contextual details on the current state of dance education in Hong Kong and also examines the influence and possible ramifications implicit within…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Foreign Countries, Educational Change, Faculty Development
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Popat, Sita – Research in Dance Education, 2002
Describes an innovative approach to using information and communication technologies in teaching choreography. A group of dance students ages 9-18 in three countries created an original piece of choreography through an Internet collaboration process, sharing their choreographic ideas via movies and text. The asynchronous communication method…
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Cooperative Learning, Dance Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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