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D-PD 2901 - Introduction to Dance Pedagogy
An exploration into the nature of teaching and learning, including recent findings in cognitive and motor learning research as applicable to dance education. A wide range of contemporary models for movement education will be examined, ethical issues will be discussed, and students will be asked to reflect upon their own training in order to begin developing a set of strong, conscious values to serve them in all facets of their professional lives. Required for all sophomore dance majors.

Lecture
Description An exploration into the nature of teaching and learning, including recent findings in cognitive and motor learning research as applicable to dance education. A wide range of contemporary models for movement education will be examined, ethical issues will be discussed, and students will be asked to reflect upon their own training in order to begin developing a set of strong, conscious values to serve them in all facets of their professional lives. Required for all sophomore dance majors.
Prerequisites D-ST 1201 / Lecture <min credit = 2.00> and D-ST 1202 / Lecture <min credit = 2.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Credit

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