THE STUDY PROGRAMME OF DANCE PEDAGOGY AND ITS RENEWAL CONTEXTS

Authors

  • SIGITA MONTVILAITE Faculty of Education, Marijampole University of Applied Sciences, Vilnius, Lithuania.
  • RASA PROKUROTIENE Faculty of Arts and Creative Technologies, Vilnius University of Applied Sciences, Vilnius, Lithuania.
  • EGLE KANCAUSKAITE Faculty of Arts and Creative Technologies, Vilnius University of Applied Sciences, Vilnius, Lithuania.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55197/qjssh.v3i1.119

Keywords:

dance pedagogue, Lithuania, Scandinavia, studies, comparative analysis, study programme

Abstract

The article discusses the study programme of dance pedagogy and its renewal contexts. Additionally, the study analyzes dance programmes of Scandinavian countries, which are well evaluated and appreciated. The dance programmes are analyzed based on comparison with the situation in Lithuania, i.e. study programme of dance pedagogy at Vilnius College (University of Applied Sciences), which has a purpose to educate and prepare a pedagogue who is capable to attain education results provided in general education programs, to provide scholars with an opportunity to develop and educate the basis of moral, social, cultural, and civic qualities, acquire general and specific competencies and get the chance to try these competencies in various professional activities, so as to decide the prospects of future career. With the aim to evaluate the quality of the study programme of dance pedagogy in Scandinavia and Lithuania, its efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance with European standards, the documents that regulate teacher training, and course descriptions are analyzed. In addition, it is attempted to examine whether graduates of these countries are satisfied with study programmes and wherewith the programme is special. While analyzing the content of study programmes, the opinion and evaluation of graduates are of particular importance seeking continuous improvement while applying new and relevant disciplines.

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Published

2022-04-17

How to Cite

MONTVILAITE, S., PROKUROTIENE, R., & KANCAUSKAITE, E. (2022). THE STUDY PROGRAMME OF DANCE PEDAGOGY AND ITS RENEWAL CONTEXTS. Quantum Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 3(1), 77–85. https://doi.org/10.55197/qjssh.v3i1.119

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