Does recalling my experiences enhance my understanding as a dancer?
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The following autoethnographic study concerns a third year undergraduate student seeking the validity of recalling past dance experiences. The study takes the reader on a journey of discovery. The author of the study produces a reflective model that has derived from existing reflective and experiential models. Through the reflective model the reader discovers her new perspective on dance technique and dance practice as a whole. The author discovers the value of her undergraduate degree and how reflecting on experiences enhances her overall understanding as a dancer. This new perspective of dance technique and reflective practice enables a cognitive understanding of the way in which the body is felt through a transformational process of learning.
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