Specifics of Forming an Individual Approach in the Choreographers’ Training During the Pandemic

Ganna Perova, Liudmyla Khotsianovska, Artem Morozov, Andrii Tymchula, Iana Vasiutiak


The article is devoted to studying the educational process of individualization of student-choreographers. The study aims to establish the main elements of successful individual approach implementation in teaching choreography during the pandemic. To achieve the goal, the following tasks were performed, in particular, to highlight the problems and their solutions in teaching choreography during a pandemic and to identify changes in the student's and teachers' attitudes toward the quality of choreographers' training. Research methods are based on general scientific methods of cognition, in particular analysis and synthesis, generalization, and descriptive methods. The main method is an experiment in the form of a survey involving questionnaires. The survey results are displayed in tabular and graphical form. The results processing required qualitative and quantitative approaches. The hypothesis is that forms of practice-oriented and variable individual learning require the use of digital technologies in distance education. It ultimately leads to an increase in the education quality level. The result of the study is the discovery of opportunities to improve the teaching practice of choreographic disciplines during a pandemic.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v12n2p123


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