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Making a connection with the aesthetic realm of dance as a method of decreasing student inhibitions

, : Making a connection with the aesthetic realm of dance as a method of decreasing student inhibitions. CAHPER Journal 61(3): 17-21

In Canadian schools teachers often encounter student resistance when they teach dance. This article outlines what may cause student discomfort and suggests a direction that teachers may take to improve their situations.

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