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IDOCs » Invitation: Pre-jam class pedagogy data collection
I am starting a project that is intended as a self reflection tool for the Contact Improvisation community at-large. I am seeking collaborators in the collection of (audio) recordings of pre-jam classes.
2020.02.25

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Good Evening!

My name is Isa Leal and I am PhD student at UC Davis in the Performance Studies Program with a Designated Emphasis in Practice as Research.

I am currently working on a project looking at verbalized pedagogy used in pre-jam classes.This tends to be where people get introduced to CI for the first time and I thought making qualitative data that we can talk about together may prove useful.

I. The Basics

-Would you be interested in collecting audio of your pre-jam class(es) and uploading it to a Drop Box? 

-Would you be interested in asking teachers at your jam for their consent to record their class for anonymized data?

-Do you know someone who facilitates a jam or is a pre-jam teacher that might be interested in the project?

if so.........................

II. More Informatiom

The Data: Audio recordings will be sorted by category according to the patterns that emerge in our collective pedagogy ( specifically in this case...what is said). The teachers whose classes are recorded will be anonymized. I am looking at making an archive that will be coded and accessible to the community at-large.

What Happens to The Data?: I am interested in writing about and making qualitative data of these findings ( similarities, differences, strengths, gaps, national/international/regional comparisions) but I am also interested in presenting and reviewing the data with other teachers in a teacher's meeting or other large group setting.

click  PreJam Class Pedagogy Data Collection Invite to get involved 

or

Email Isa.rose.leal@gmail.com 

Please feel free to send me any questions.

You can learn more about me at isaleal.org... but if you are curious I have been committed to contact since 2005 and am a teacher myself.

Have a great day,
Isa


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