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저자 : 한혜리 ( Han Hea-ree )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 5-18 (14 pages)

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The dance curriculum(major) education chooses the educational content following the academic value of dance, and the educational content realizes the academic value through the curriculum system.
For the realization of academic value of dance, this study presented the concept through the value of contemporary dance major (curriculum) education by connecting the content of dance curriculum and curriculum educational system, and the results of this study were drawn as follows.
Firstly, the dance education, that prescribes body as the subject of perception and the sensed cognition as spirituality, should be based on the content of self-consciousness through the formation of self-awareness and self-esteem in the system of introspection and voluntary participation.
Secondly, the social concerned dance of empathy and consideration should be based on the content including the process of discovering the essence of social problems in the macroscopic perspective and chances to experience various values with the empathy through cultural contact in each region in the system of observation and divergent thinking.
Thirdly, in the human-centered dance that requests the elaborate representation that excludes nobody in society with inherent anxiety, the technology should provide the value of security as a hidden assistant based on the content of organic convergence with communication media in the organic connection system of electronic/ digital media.

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저자 : 탁지현 ( Tark Jee-hyun )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 21-39 (19 pages)

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The 2022 revised curriculum, which will be finalized and announced at the end of this year, was promoted under the need for educational innovation in response to changes in the times such as digital transformation, climate and ecological change, and school-age population decline, and has a vision of "a leading person with inclusion and creativity." The main changes in school dance education following the 2022 revised curriculum notice are the possibility of entering dance-related activities due to the expansion of the number of physical activities for the lower grades of elementary school and the establishment of optional subjects, and the entry of dance subjects into high school career and convergence choices. In response to these changes, the results of exploring the challenges facing the internalization of school dance education are as follows. First, in order for high school dance subjects to become general electives beyond career and convergence, familiarity must be made through pre-experience in dance from early childhood and elementary education. Furthermore, the state must quickly recognize the legitimacy of making dance independent as an arts subject. Second, as of now, before the appointment of a dance teacher's license holder was announced, re-education and in-depth education are required to establish field expertise of active dance teachers. Also it is required to diversify training, revitalize the learning community, develop and practice educational programs to strengthen the competence of prospective educators, and apply unified dance education standards to ensure the quality of dance education. Third, educational content and methods should be sought to enable inclusive and innovative communication about the world, cultivating dance literacy through cross-curricular and self-directed thinking, and embodying multilateral topics in the context of life.

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저자 : 고현정 ( Go Hyeon-jeong )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 41-51 (11 pages)

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Place is one of the most important concepts of modern culture, philosophy, and anthropology. The governance structure by the expansion of contemporary space raises the question of cultural theorists to reconstruct the meaning of place's existential and cultural identity, emphasising the importance of place. The contemporaries have been organised in a number of and diversely separate places that meet different purposes and interests and require an organisation of passage and transportation connecting them. An anthropologist Agué, M. (2017) calls 'non-place' that has no movement and permanence, and is defined by their connectivity to other places. In this study, the implications of place and space of dance are considered in non-place, a place with a paradoxical sense of 'somewhere' and 'anywhere' at the same time, where there are no clear features, and few reflect the environment of their unique area. Therefore, based on the concept of Augé, M.(2017), the purpose of this study is to expand the academic area of dance study based on the analysis of the functions and spaces of dance in non-places expanding in modern society by considering the relationship between the material characteristics and inner experience of dance.
First, the concept of space and place is considered, and the relationship between space and place of arts is discussed to provide the validity of the research. Second, to examine the change of place in dance, the relationship between material dance and place is discussed in a shared place. Third, based on the concept of a place of supermodernity, for the discourse of dance space in non-place, the boundaries between non-place and place are analysed, and the implications of space in non-place are considered.

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저자 : 마승연 ( Mah Seung-yeon )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 53-69 (17 pages)

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This study aimed to explore the effect of mutual complementarity between dance performance and holographic display, to analyze the arts work titled 《Glow, 2006》 based on it, to retain the balanced-out sensibility among audiences, and to lead the crowds to build effective relationship with the arts piece. The analysis is structured into two parts, which is spatial and communicative aspects. The spatial aspect implies that the features of holographic sight combined with the artwork are contributing to expand the content and formation of the artwork. Even within the extent of the same space, identical movements, it makes the movements expand, which would lead to the most effective mutual complementary relationship. The communicative perspective points out that the dancer's sensibility engaged in the video art's rationality enables more flexible ways of thinking and this organic relationship would eventually allow expanded sense in terms of communication. Holographic image fusion has been tried out by large number of creators, but lack of understanding from multi disciplinary professionals could be deterrent. Therefore, it is needed that the choreographers should keep further researches on the understanding of the mutual complementarity and set the long-term plan to conduct a systematic and sufficient study. This would function as the substantial significance of fusion and improve the understanding and communication. At the end, it would regarded as a suggestion to overcome the limit of choreography.

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저자 : 이나희 ( Lee Na-hee )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 71-93 (23 pages)

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This paper conducted a theoretical and aesthetic analysis on the artistic shape and spirit found in the traditional Korean dance based on oriental theory of arts by focusing on Han Youngsuk's Taepyeongmu (Dance of Peace). Taepyeongmu by Han Youngsuk is a dance of the queen wishing for a great peace for the country, and this traditional Korean dance involves both shape and spirit by revealing the aesthetics underlying in the practitioner. The aesthetic characteristics of the taepyeongmu related to the hyungshin-ism are as follows.
First, the Taepyeongmu practitioner controls and adjusts the moves with the practitioner's emotional lines, and the spirit controls the shape to show the beauty of moderation for reaching the state of exquisiteness with shifting thoughts.
Secondly, the Taepyeongmu shows the beauty of dynamics as the power and tempo of the dance are controlled by the practitioner's will expressed by the shape as well as the power that expresses the shape for feeling and appreciating the rhythmic vitality.
Third, the Taepyeongmu shows the beauty of harmony as the dance moves that compose each rhythm, shape, and spirit discord but accommodate each other at the same time for achieving central harmony.
This study examined the rhythm, moves, and spatial structure of the Taepyeongmu based on yin and yang to categorize the types of the Taepyeongmu moves into property of yang, property of yin, and property of mixed yin and yang. According to the examination on the aesthetic characteristics underlying in Taepyeongmu based on theory of yin-yang and five elements, Taepyeongmu have an aesthetic relationship with the hyungshin-ism.

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저자 : 김은수 ( Kim Eun-soo )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 95-110 (16 pages)

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F. Chopin is a composer who expressed the emotions of the Romantic era in music. His works contain romantic images and moods. These characteristics are related to the dance emotion, so his works are effective in dance music. Therefore, this study aims to examine the characteristics and utilizations of F. Chopin's works as dance music.
The characteristics of F. Chopin's works could be classified into four categories. First, he expressed romantic imagery through absolute music. His absolute music had something in common with dance beyond language. Second, he expressed the freedom and passion of the Romantic era by using the piano's polyphonic characteristics, resonances, and delicate skills. These acoustic characteristics are reminiscent of a fantastic stage in a romantic ballet. Third, he composed folk dances as artistic piano pieces. They are instrumental pieces based on folk dances, not as accompaniments. Lastly, his music is inherent in literary characteristics. It is a literary work expressed in sound and a dance music with synesthesia.
The utilizations of F. Chopin's works in dance can be considered into four categories. First, expressing abstract images: to extend his music to various sounds. Second, combining with literature: to connect his works with dance scripts and storytelling. Third, creating for dance music: to utilize as a model for composition, arrangement, and production for dance music. Finally, utilizing as background music: to use his works as background music suitable for the story of dance.

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저자 : 이정민 ( Lee Jung-min ) , 권혜인 ( Kwon Hae-in )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 113-135 (23 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to examine the aspects and characteristics of dance education based on Motif Writing over the past 20 years in South Korea. Motif Writing, a dance notation system as well as a tool for choreography, was introduced to dance education in South Korea around 2000. According to the study, Motif Writing was taught inside and outside the school to students of various ages and dispositions such as adolescents, college students, and special education students. Moreover, it was continuously confirmed that Motif Writing has a positive effect on students' creativity and social communication skills. Nevertheless, Motif Writing in dance education has not been activated in South Korea, and only a small number of experts in the specific location had the ability to teach it. The reasons for the lack of recognition and utilization were as follows: Motif Writing was not included in the curriculum of dance in school and it was not developed through mutual exchanges with foreign professional organizations such as the Language of Dance Center. It is hoped that this study will contribute to the establishment of expert networks of Motif Writing and the development of cooperative research and educational programs related to Motif Writing in South Korea.

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저자 : 정영식 ( Jeong Young-sik ) , 강민수 ( Kang Min-su )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 137-157 (21 pages)

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Due to COVID-19 pandemic, interest in physical expression activities using online remote learning is increasing as the total remote classes are paralleled, and online and offline blended learning are expected to continue even if COVID-19 ends. Therefore, in this study, an experimental group using a block-based dance programming tool for fourth graders and a comparative group using only physical expression activities without the tool were formed, and we analyzed physical expression skills and computational thinking through pre-post tests. As a result, it was analyzed that the physical expression skills and computational thinking of the comparative group that did not use programming tools improved. The reason is that it took a lot of time to learn the block-based programming tool in a short class, making it difficult to improve physical expression activities. However, according to the interview results of the students and the teacher, block-based dance programming can draw students' interest in creative dance activities. In addition, if dance programming class hours are increased, it is expected to help students improve their physical expression skills.

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저자 : 최경희 ( Choi Kyung-hee )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 159-185 (27 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to explore the meaning of dance experience among students in free semester system of middle school.
For this study, 13 students who participated in an educational program combining math and dance were specifically interviewed about their educational experiences.
The collected data were analyzed using Giorgi analysis method among phenomenological research methods.
As a result, 16 central meanings and 27 themes were derived in terms of thoughts on mathematics and dance, integrated education, educational effects, difficulties and improvement measures.
The dance experience of free semester system allowed the participants to have broad perspectives on academics as they recognized the connection between math and dance.
In addition, the positive effects of dance experience included five items: 1) increased interest in math and dance, 2) activation of thinking processes such as problem solving and reflective reflection, 3) mutual communication and empathy through dialogue and exchange of opinions, 4) confidence through performance and 5) immersion for understanding and completing tasks.
On the other hand, it was found that they recognized the difficulty in expression and rapid change of thinking due to the lack of experience with the content or method of integrated education.
For integrated dance education in free semester system, it is necessary to identify the disciplines and scopes to be integrated with dance, and to try various integrated dance education methods such as Connected model, Shared model, and Partnership model. In addition, it is required to discover teaching aids and materials that will sustain the interest of learners, to manage time flexibly, and to develop objective evaluation items that can measure the achievement level of students.

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저자 : 박희영 ( Park Hee-young )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 4호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 187-199 (13 pages)

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This study established and verified a hypothesis on the effect of empirical benefit factors on perceived value and expectation, and the effect of perceived value and expectation on choice intention. As a result of the study, empirical benefits (emotional utility, psychological utility, and symbolic utility) have a positive effect on perceived value.
Exploring the effect of empirical benefits on expectations, psychological utility, emotional utility, and symbolic utility appeared in order.
Money costs were found to have a negative effect on perceived value.
It was found that the time cost did not significantly affect the perceived value.
Perceived values and expectations were found to have a positive effect on the choice intention.

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저자 : 한혜리 ( Han Hea-ree )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 5-16 (12 pages)

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In this study that has understood both creator and appreciator as observers, the reciprocity of observation could be presented in the concept and logic as follows.
· The dance activates the evolutionary results based on oneself. The spontaneity of dance observation includes meanings such as sensing (body, individuality, & independence), perceiving (self-awareness, self-esteem, etc.), and viewing in another perspective (putting oneself in someone else's shoes), and transcends differences of roles between the creator and the appreciator in the area of dance perception.
· The contemporary dance that is presented by new dance facilitators handles the ideal society beyond the current society by using the tools such as communications of the body, senses, and perception based on the originality of independent individuals.
· The process of observation in dance spontaneously realizes ego, so a human being integrates oneself with the world (human & nature as well as oneself) again.

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저자 : 김은수 ( Kim Eun-soo )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 19-29 (11 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to present a fundamental standard for dance music research by suggesting a new definition of dance music and classifying it. Through this research, it has been proven that dance music includes all sounds from traditional to modern digital sound to express dance.
Therefore, this study newly defines dance music as 'total sounds used in dance' and classifies it into four categories: 'Music', 'Voice', 'Soundscape', and 'Effect sound' based on the unique characteristics of dance. Each of the four categories has subcategories.
'Music': The temporal, spatial, vigorous, and visual image music. These are considering the movement characteristics and the function of dance music.
'Voice': song, narration, mouth noise, and shout. These can be conveyed through the voices of the dancers as well as the singers.
'Soundscape': space sound for describing space, and ambient sound for the environment.
'Effect sound': on-site sound, sound effect, and visual sound.

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저자 : 고현정 ( Go Hyeon-jeong )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 31-43 (13 pages)

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The immersive performance is a performance style that presupposes the product of experience, which is ambiguous to define as a concept, but can generally be widely identified as a performance that interacts with performers within an aesthetic space where the audience can freely move or participate. The analysis of the performance should be considered by understanding the unique and differentiated way that humans perceive through hearing, vision, touch, and mental introspection. Therefore, study on what the audience's inner experience in the intersubjective context means is necessary in terms of expansion of research on performance analysis. Therefore, this study emphasises the uniqueness of each experience for all individuals in an immersive performance where the interaction between the audience and the performer is active, and examines the intersubjective experiences to destruct the binary boundary of performer/audience, stage/auditorium, and watch/perform. This study analyses the special intersubjective energy that occurs through the internal experience of the audience, an element of living aesthetics that provides special experiences through visual, auditory, and tactile interactions. Through them, it examines the audience body experience with the performer from the perspective of audience liberation. In order to expand the research of body experience in performances, this study is conducted in the following way. Firstly, in order to examine the experience of the intersubjective audience of energy exchange in immersive performances, it depicts the immersion of body, cognition, and the experience of the inner knowing. Secondly, the concept and function of audience participation in immersive performances are discussed. Thirdly, in order to expand the concept of the audience from the perspective of audience liberation, autonomous liberation through participation is considered and expanded as an element of time, space, and touch based on the discipline of Foucault, M. (1975).

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저자 : 이우재 ( Lee Woo-jae )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 45-56 (12 pages)

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The study is to understand the feature of breakdance battle and appreciate its social significance. It was derived from battles of gangs but it is based on the culture looking for respect and peace. It features 'Judge Show', a performance of judges to prove what they have achieved before they judge. The participants in a battle can raise objections by 'Call Out', a culture that they call the judges out to compete. 'Respect' is a culture to understand the values of the others and accept what they have got. It represents the judges and the participants evaluate each other and they have a horizontal relationship rather than vertical because they all want to be appreciated as dancers. The battle stage becomes a channel of communication through which caution and hostility melt down and they feel the sense of unity as dancers. Its culture seeking respect and peace has a significant potential to be socially broadened. Its transparency and fairness also breaks down unreasonable conditions of the society and presents chances that they are all evaluated under the equal. The study might guide us to find out respect, peace, horizontal relationship, communication, transparency and fairness socially and significantly emerged from breakdance battle.

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저자 : 이나현 ( Lee Na-hyun )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 59-74 (16 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to reveal the change of dancer's role and the ability required of dancers in contemporary dance by examine contemporary choreographer's works such as Bausch, P., Khan, A. and Bel, J. Through this study, it was found that the refusal of representation and the blurred boundary between genres, promoted the collapse of the dance techniques as the original and collaboration between various genres. And as a result, it led to changes in the relationship between the choreographer and the dancer as well as the training method of the dancers. In addition, by analyzing data on changes in domestic and foreign dance company's repertoires and changes in arts support system in Korea, it was possible to find out these led the changes in which diversity coexist. These changes brought about changes of dancer's role from being a submissive performer for representation to a source of the choreography and collaborator by using singularity and multiplicity. Contemporary choreographers are searching for a new way of presenting body and movements as a facilitator in collaboration with various field rather than creating movements.

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저자 : 조가영 ( Cho Ga-young )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 77-98 (22 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to explore the extension of body along the changing aspects of the media and technologies shown in the reinterpretations of The Rite of Spring by examining the versions of three choreographers: Chouinard, M., Saarinen, T., and Obermeier, K., McLuhan, M. discussion on the media as extensions of man redefines the human body through its combination with technology, which is also shown in the field of dance, especially in The Rite of Spring many choreographers have attempted to reinterpret for over 100 years. In Chouinard's version, the horn-shaped props attached to the body are corporal and sensorial extensions, while abstracting animality from the original. Saarinen, T. uses visual media to expand the victim's inner conflict and to reveal the alienation eroded by the domination of technology. Obermeier,K. expands the dancer's body into the virtual world through an avatar to reinterpret the original's ritual and innovation through interaction with a digital body that can be transformed without restrictions. After all, The Rite of Spring has become richer in meaning through the expansion of the body along the changing aspects of media and technologies, and this study may serve as a reference for further attempts for reinterpretation in the future.

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저자 : 전지은 ( Jeon Ji-eun )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 101-114 (14 pages)

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This study presented the Feldenkrais Method as a method to heal stressful behaviors and various emotions in PTSD, among the learning characteristics, data from previous studies were collected and used with the main focus on cognition according to brain-memory based on the cranial neural plasticity.
Self-awareness learning through movement of the Feldenkrais Method uses the functions of the brain to perceive the movement, due to the activation of the brain nervous system in the process of receiving, storing, and thinking of efficient movement patterns, body relaxation and functional movement are linked to cognitive healing effects. And have the ability to think, judge, and plan that can be applied and applied to the another environment, a posture that is aware of the movement of the body's musculoskeletal system creates a cognitive insight that can look into the mind and emotions as they are, and can be accommodated, controlled, and maintained through the process. Cognitive experiences create efficient learning and optimal conditions with minimal energy, the meaning is that the qualitatively improved inner sense can be converted easily and quickly using less energy when functionally reconverting a habitual pattern. Subjects of PTSD who have learned this are reorganized into a newly learned memory mechanism, freed from excessive tension, anxiety, and fear, and stored and maintained continuously and for a long time.
Therefore, it is possible to alleviate and heal various problems such as physical and psychological tension, postural atrophy and deformity, pain caused by postural atrophy and deformation, restriction of movement, extreme anxiety, and excessive startling response in PTSD through of the Feldenkrais Method.
In conclusion, the Feldenkrais Method is self-awareness learning that can self-aware, regulate, and maintain the body, mind, and emotions, and has the cognitive healing ability to alleviate and heal various physical and psychological problems that appear in PTSD.

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저자 : 박선우 ( Park Sun-woo )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 117-136 (20 pages)

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This study is examines the necessity of dance education to school violence prevention and social emotional competence enhancement. This study analyzed domestic and foreign prior studies. This study raised the necessity of dance education. In order to systematically provide opportunities for dance education, the following proposals are made. First, in order to expand the provision of dance education, independence of the dance subject is necessary. Second, in order to activate the development and implementation of dance education programs, institutional changes are necessary.

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저자 : 양문가 ( Yang Wen-ke ) , 이용희 ( Lee Yong-hee ) , 임정희 ( Lim Jeong-hee )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 139-162 (24 pages)

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The purpose of this study was to explore the development direction of future dance education by examining how it can be used in the dance curriculum based on the technical characteristics of hyper-connectivity, super-intelligence, and super-realistic in the 4th industrial revolution. Based on this, an educational model suitable for future dance education development plans was sought by examining changes in core technologies and dance fields in the 4th industrial revolution. The research results are summarized as follows. First, artificial intelligence (AI), designed based on super-intelligent information and social technology, can improve the unity of content learning that teaches existing fixed creative movements in the ‛input stage' where teaching methods are used as future dance education models. Instructors can intuitively grasp the direction of each student's creative thinking through learners' motion feedback, so they can realize a personalized education model by specifying teaching guidance plans. Second, by designing the 360°education method as an ‛learning stage' of the future dance education model based on hyper-connected social technology, the limitations of the virtual space of online classes can be effectively improved. Instructors can provide quality classes by grasping learners' academic diagnosis in real time from an omnidirectional perspective. Third, in the ‛reinterpretation stage' where virtual reality (VR) teaching methods designed based on super-realisticed reality social technology are used as future dance education models, dance education can overcome the time and space limitations of traditional educational environment and educational methods. As a result, the evolution of dance education using core technologies in the 4th industrial revolution will entrust practical and practical activation of the dance field, and this practical activation will promote shared growth with detailed areas of other departments.

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저자 : 김규진 ( Kim Gyu-jin )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 165-181 (17 pages)

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It was necessary to investigate the class satisfaction survey of online practical dance lecture of college students majoring in dance at a time when there is no sign of ending the pandemic and the online lecture which was expected being one-time was continuously being conducted. This study analyzed the class satisfaction of online practical dance practice recording lecture and real-time lecture for 185 college students majoring in dance across the country and compared the difference with response sample t-test. Additionally, the advantage and disadvantage of online lecture felt by the students were asked in an open-ended manner. As a result, real-time lecture showed higher average value with recording lecture (M=2.71) and real-time lecture (M=2.82), and there was a significant difference between interactive communication and reliability in the teacher as a result of the response sample t-test difference. The advantage of recording lecture was shown as adjustable learning time, theoretical learning, repetitive learning and new movement experience, and the disadvantage was shown as lack of space, lack of communication with the instructor, taking class for attendance, poor sound and video quality, lack of concentration and three-dimensional effect as a result of open-ended question. The advantage of real-time lecture was shown as ease of communication with instructor, tension formation, increased immersion, exchange between the students and the new movement experience, and the disadvantage was shown as lack of space, disconnection, lack of image quality, movement constraint, lack of three-dimensional effect and small screen. Therefore, “providing individual academic study on recording lecture and real-time lecture”, “providing class materials which can move in a limited space”, “securing individual communication channel between the instructor and the student”, “appropriate distribution of the number of students taking the class” and “sharing know-how through the exchange between the instructors” are provided as the implication.

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