A Comparative Assessment of TAGteach® and Video Self-Evaluation on Increasing Fluency of Dance Movements
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Master of Science (MS)
Rachael E. Ferguson
David A. Wilder
Robert A. Taylor
Dance coaching and education is a rapidly evolving field both within behavior analysis and in other disciplines. Previous behavior analytic research in dance or similar athletics has demonstrated the effectiveness of video feedback/self-evaluative video feedback and TAGteach® separately. However, there is no published research comparing these two interventions. The present study applied an adapted alternating treatment design to examine the effects of TAGteach™ versus self-evaluative video feedback in improving the accuracy of dance movements in beginner level dance students. All participants demonstrated a visibly greater increase in skills paired with TAGteach™ compared to skills paired with video self-evaluation.
Goben, Eliza Jane, "A Comparative Assessment of TAGteach® and Video Self-Evaluation on Increasing Fluency of Dance Movements" (2022). Theses and Dissertations. 179.
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