The Role of a Creative Movement / Creative Dance Interventional Program About Social Relationships, Between 5th Grade Students: An Experimental Study

Giorgia Kerdela, Eleni Tsompanaki, Argyris Kyridis


Relationships between students in a school setting, constitute a basic influence on group’s climate formation and on individual’s development. The present experimental study, investigates the role of a creative movement / creative dance program on social relationships, of a 5th grade class’ students. Data collected via pre- post structured interviews, followed by sociometric analysis. The results revealed that the impact of creative movement / creative dance on students’ relationships was moderate. Nevertheless, it seemed that creative movement / creative dance tended to play a crucial role on the development of students’ relationships. More evidence-based approaches are needed in order to develop this hypothesis.

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