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The Study on Application of TCAM (Thinking Creatively in Action and Movement) Test for Evaluating Dance Creativity

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1서울기독대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to analyze the possibility of application of TCAM (Thinking Creatively in Action and Movement) test in the field of dance education. In order to analyze this, this study first conducts analysis on how TCAM test relates to dance elements in improvisation and then this study verifies the relationship between TCAM test and dance creativity. Lastly, this study compares and analyzes the factors between TCAM test and Dance Creativity on the basis of Action-based Creative Cognition Process of Peter(2007)’s the Creative Action Theory. From the analysis of data, this study found results as follow; first, Creative activity in TCAM test have close relationship with factors of dance improvisation. Second. Creative movement in TCAM test and Dance Creativity has same creative process based on Action-based creative cognition process of Peter’s Creative Action Theory. Third, TCAM test and Dance Creativity involve same factors and the factors of TCAM test involves into the dance thinking domain of Dance Creativity, so that TCAM test can be applicable to exam Dance Creativity in dance thin. In result, according to Peter’s creative action theory, all creative movements are made through Action-based creative cognition process, and four factors of Dance Creativity and creative activities of TCAM test constitute common domain to produce creative movement. Therefore, the relationship between Dance Creativity and TCAM test are concluded, so that TCAM test can be applicable to exam creativity in dance.

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