Using Kinetic Models for Facilitating Behavioral Re-patterning 2008
Lecture/Demonstration given in the frame of 1. Biennale Tanzausbildung / Tanzplan Deutschland (The First Dance
Education Biennale / DancePlan Germany), Berlin, Germany, 7 October 2007. Later published as an article in book
for by TanzPlan Deutschland.

Abstract: This lecture explores using the hands to model complex behavior, not only as a tool of demonstration, but
also as a means of imparting experiential knowledge to students as they perform these behaviors. Audience members
were guided through a wide variety of these learning experiences themselves.
1 5 Using Kinetic Models short version 2
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