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Title: Towards a More Inclusive Dance Education: A Multicultural Approach to Teaching Dance at York University, Canada
Authors: Kuwor, S. K.
Djisenu, J. K.
Amuah, J.
Asiama, E. K.
Dorgbadzi, S.
Amegago, M.
Journal of Performing Arts, University of Ghana.
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Journal of Performing Arts, University of Ghana.
Series/Report no.: ;57-72
Abstract: This paper reflects on a multicultural approach to redesigning and teaching the FA/DANC 3330: Canadian Dance Mosaic course at York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada from 2005 to 2008. The introduction reviews the definitions, scope and phases of multiculturalism in Canada. The paper reviews the process of diversifying the York University, Dance Department’s curricula and programs and the author’s approach to redesigning and teaching the Canadian Dance Mosaic Course; challenges encountered and benefits derived from the process, followed by suggestions and conclusion
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/8529
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