MANUAL FOR VIDEO DOCUMENTATION OF A DANCE CLASS
We already introduced you to one of Andrea Keiz's essays and now want to give you an insight on her Manual for Video Documentation of a Dance Class.
In this essay she creates a guideline, which can help you with the question of how to deal with recordings of your class. Do you want to put the focus on you as a teacher, to work on your self-evaluation? Or catch how the students deal with your exercises and approaches? Or even give the camera to a single student to get an individual feedback on your class? Andrea offers for all this possibilities practical tips and tools on how to deal with factors like light and sound. There is even a checklist at the end, so you don't forget anything!
You can find Andrea's complete essay to the topic in the online publication Mind the Dance.
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