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Resilience and Ethics in Dance Education

Prosjektleder: Heidi Haraldsen

Populærvitenskapelig sammendrag

Resilience and Ethics in Dance Education (REDE) is an overarching research cluster initiated by the academy of dance, at Oslo National Academy of Arts (KHiO). The REDE project aims to produce knowledge and applied research in order to empower dance students and strengthen their future professional potential. The project will approach this vision by exploring knowledge, means and strategies that can strengthen the learning environment in dance and educate resilient, reflective and ethically aware dance artists who can work sustainably and professionally, both independently and as part of collective processes. Over the last decade, the importance of resilience and physical and mental health, ethical challenges and distribution of ownership and power have altered the approach to teaching and learning in dance at the Academy of dance as well as in the professional field of dance in general.

Like dance itself, resilience is a complex and holistic objective, which intersects and relates to physical and mental health and wellbeing, confidence building, and motivation in a learning situation based on embodying crafts and skills, passed on through apprenticeship learning, and supported by artistic and contextual knowledge and insights. The objective of ethics, or ethical awareness and thinking in dance education, interferes with any considerations or decisions regarding artistic expressions, means and practices, work life and community, both educationally and professionally. Ethics is a serious and pressing issue for an art form that ontologically has the body at its center. Discussions on discrimination, identity, power, and equality are performed and manifested as bodily realities and are as such directly interrelated and entangled with the objective of ethics.

The future goal of the research cluster is to become an applied Centre of excellence in teaching and establish a REDE research Centre.

Fakta om prosjektet

Prosjekttittel REDE Research Cluster- Resilience and Ethics in Dance Education
Prosjektleder Heidi Marian Haraldsen
Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo

Michelle Schachtler Dwarika
Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo

Prosjektstatus Aktivt
Avdeling Dans
  • Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo
Totalbudsjett 74 000,00 NOK
Tilknyttede prosjekter
  1. The Sustainable Dancer – Resilience and Risk Behavior in Dance – NFR project development
  2. Thriving, Striving, or just Surviving? A study of Motivational Processes among Junior Elite Performers from Sports and Performing Arts
  3. Resilience and Ethics in Dance Education Systematic Scoping Review
  1. Paperpresentation in Symposium: Reflexivity in addressing the role of the researcher as an active 'player' situated in and related to the studied phenomena
  2. Learning climate and motivation among elite ballet dancers, classical musicians, and sport athletes.
  3. The role of perfectionism and controlling conditions in Elite performers` motivational processes in Ballet, Music and Sport
  4. Linking Perfectionism and Controlling Conditions with Introjected Motivation, Exhaustion, and Anxiety via Competence Frustration: A moderated Mediation Model among Elite Junior Performers
  5. Successful failures? A test of the role of controlled learning conditions in the motivational processes of perfectionist elite performers from ballet, music, and sport in a moderated mediation model
  6. Hva motiverer unge utøvere til å satse?
  7. The Role of Perfectionism and Controlling Conditions in Norwegian Elite Junior Performers’ Motivational Processes
  8. Ingen dans på roser - motivasjonsprosesser blant unge eliteutøvere i idrett og utøvende kunst
  9. Motivasjonsprosesser blant unge eliteutøvere fra ballett, musikk og idrett. Presentasjon av hovedfunn i doktorgradsavhandling.
  10. Change in basic need frustration in relation to perfectionism, anxiety, and performance in elite junior performers
  11. Thriving, striving, or just surviving?: A study of motivational processes among elite junior performers from sports and performing arts
  12. Thriving, Striving, or Just Surviving? TD Learning Conditions, Motivational Processes and Well-Being Among Norwegian Elite Performers in Music, Ballet, and Sport
  13. Symposium: Injury and illness, performance and well being in relation to motivation, perfectionism, and stress
  14. Composites of perfectionism and inauthenticity in relation to controlled motivation, performance anxiety and exhaustion among elite junior performers
  15. Et dypdykk i medaljens bakside- Hvordan mønstre av hvem du er og hvor du er påvirker unge eliteutøveres motivasjon, prestasjon og psykiske helse
  16. TALENTUTVIKLING SOM DYNAMISK PROSESS - motivasjon, læringsprosesser og psykisk helse hos unge utøvere i talentutviklingsprogrammer innen kunstfag og idrett
  17. For å prestere bra, må du ha det bra! -Motivasjon, læringskultur og psykisk helse hos unge utøvere i talentutviklingsprogrammer innen utøvende kunst og idrett.
  18. Narrative Tensions in Strained Junior Elite Performers' Experiences of Becoming Elite Performers
  19. Prestasjonskulturer i utøvende kunstutdanninger - en kritisk refleksjon

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