The Effectiveness of the Understand, Need, Intraction, Expression and Creativity (UNIEC) model as an Art of Dance Learning Model in Elementary School
Keywords:UNIEQ model, art of dance, Elementary School.
This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the UNIEC model as a dance learning model in elementary schools. The research method used is a Research And Development approach that refers to a 4-D model (Define, Design, Development, and Dissemination). Data collection was conducted by using several instruments in the form of needs analysis questionnaire, interview, validation questionnaires, observation sheets, lecturers. The results of the study reveal that is more students achieved learning mastery, namely 90% and those who had not completed, were 10%, the focus of observation on student activities included producing their own creative motions, the correctness of motion from the perspective of strong and weak movements, increased self-confidence,
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