DNCE 5858: Dance Pedagogy

3-4 Credits

Teaching dance provides the foundational pedagogy and methods for artful and responsible teaching and learning in dance. Students will examine key dance education theories and quality teaching practices, and then apply the theories by developing and teaching dance lessons. The course introduces tools that assist in the planning, teaching, assessing, and sharing of dance experiences with children, adolescent, and adult learners in a variety of settings. Specific learning opportunities include: readings, investigation and discussion of dance pedagogy; the creation of lesson plans; teaching labs (in-class and off-site supervised practice teaching); and clinical observations where students can observe the theory in practice.

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    Effort
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