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The iCiF Model

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José Biondi(Hg.), The iCiF Model (2016), Logos Verlag, Berlin, ISBN: 9783832589370

Descripción / Abstract

Which teaching format best supports the individual development of students in dance education?

In the framework of the research project InnoLernenTanz at the Palucca University of Dance Dresden, José Biondi, professor of contemporary dance, has developed a coaching model for the group lesson in dance: the iCiF model. On the basis of a specifi cally developed category system, this model combines individual coaching and interactive feedback into a teaching method that motivates students to critically and refl ectively deal with their own development possibilities.

The book illustrates the development, basic principles and evaluation of the coaching model. Worksheet templates allow for a direct application of the iCiF model in the dance class.


  • Preface Jason Beechey
  • Introduction José Biondi
  • 1 The iCiF Model
  • 1.1 Individual coaching José Biondi
  • 1.2 Interactive feedback Grit Reimann
  • 2 The Category System
  • 2.1 Learning process Robert Prescher
  • 2.2 Condition Andreas Starr
  • 2.3 Dance-specific coordination Katja Borsdorf
  • 2.4 Breath Katja Borsdorf
  • 2.5 Performance aspects Andrea Wolter
  • 3 Evaluation Robert Prescher
  • 3.1 Methodical approach
  • 3.2 Planning, implementation and follow-up of the interviews
  • 3.3 Data evaluation
  • 3.4 Results
  • 3.5 Summary
  • 4 Outlook José Biondi
  • 5 Appendix (worksheets on the category system)
  • 5.1 Learning process
  • 5.2 Condition
  • 5.3 Dance-specific coordination
  • 5.4 Breath
  • 5.5 Performance aspects
  • 6 Contributors

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