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The Role of Dance in the Cultural and Experiential Formation of the Teenager
The art of dance can contribute to the complex formation of the teenager, accessing the kinesthetic-motor, cognitive, psycho-social and artistic-aesthetic development directions. The present study on the role of the dance art in the complex formation of the adolescent personality began with the Dance Teacher Observation Programme, held at Royal Ballet School, UK. According to this analysis, particular attention was paid to the kinesthetic development in the direction of the movement vocabulary. But taking into account that the art of dance implies a syncretism of the arts, we also support perspectives that configure the art of dance as a cultural-experimental crucible, viable to the modelling of adolescent personality.
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