Percepciones de los/as estudiantes en los estilos de enseñanza comando y resolución de problemas en el aprendizaje del baile flamenco

  1. Rosa de las Heras Fernández 1
  2. María Espada Mateos 2
  3. María Jesús Cuéllar Moreno 3
  1. 1 Universidad Internacional de La Rioja

    Universidad Internacional de La Rioja

    Logroño, España


  2. 2 Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

    Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

    Madrid, España


  3. 3 Universidad de La Laguna

    Universidad de La Laguna

    San Cristobal de La Laguna, España


Prisma Social: revista de investigación social

ISSN: 1989-3469

Ano de publicación: 2019

Número: 25

Páxinas: 84-102

Tipo: Artigo


Dance, both in its artistic and educational nature, has great potential in the development of physical, cognitive, creative and expressive capacities of individuals, and in the transmission of values and attitudes. At present, dance is used as a source of education in schools. However, teachers tend to use Teaching Styles that are unsuited to the requirements of educational programs. This study investigates the use of the Command Teaching Style compared to the Problem Solving Teaching Style in flamenco dance classes at a secondary level. A total of 26 students participated in this study, based on a Communication Channels questionnaire and semi-structured interviews. Analysis of the Wilcoxon test revealed that the group that received classes in the PS style had better scores in the cognitive (Mdn=4.54, p=.03), physical (Mdn=4.62, p=.01) and emotional (Mdn=4.41, p=.05) factors, but not in the social factor (Mdn=4.71). The qualitative analysis of the interviews demonstrated that although students felt adept in both styles, they perceive less coordination and physic tiredness with the Problem Solving style, and greater possibilities of creation, interaction with peers and enjoyment.

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