保育者養成における即興表現の授業実践と学びの特性(第1部 自由論文)

Translated title of the contribution: Practice of Improvisational Expression and Characteristics of Learning in Training Childcare Professionals(Part I Free Topic Articles)

新山 順子, 西山 修

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Abstract

This paper clarifies how improvisational expression practices are conducted in body expression classes for training childcare professionals, as well as the characteristics of learning among students in those classes. Specifically, this paper also evaluates student introspection through quantitative and qualitative analysis. When analyzing the students' activities, the results confirm that "sensory activities," "activities arising from a relationship," "cognitive activities," and "activities of understanding and judgment" are at the core of the "primary activities of body expression" (i.e., moving, making, and seeing). The results also confirm that the contents of those activities varied from the students' physical feeling of the body and movement to their innovation of expression. It is also found out that those contents were deepened through the student's relationship with his or her peer.
Translated title of the contributionPractice of Improvisational Expression and Characteristics of Learning in Training Childcare Professionals(Part I Free Topic Articles)
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)255-267
Number of pages13
Journal保育学研究
Volume52
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Dec 25 2014
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • training childcare professionals
  • body expression
  • improvisational expression
  • practice
  • characteristics of learning

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