Honors Senior Theses/Projects

Date of Award

6-1-2018

Type (DCMI Terms)

Text

Exit Requirement

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Department

Theatre/Dance

Faculty Advisor

Sharon Oberst

Language

eng

Abstract

The intent of this thesis is to explore dance and movement therapy as a form of treatment in order to accomplish higher overall functioning, well being, and communication for those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Through the study of various forms of research including books, articles, interviews, videos, I will integrate the most effective, according to my resources, dance and movement therapy techniques and theories, and autism teaching methodologies, and create a teaching unit of lesson plans for a ten-week ballet-focused dance workshop.

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