Application of Dance Teaching Based on Computerized Audio and Video Processing Technology

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Zheng Zhang


The integration of computerized audio and video processing technology has revolutionized dance education, offering innovative ways to enhance teaching and learning experiences. This study investigates the application of such technology in dance teaching, focusing on its impact on student learning outcomes, engagement, and technological acceptance. Through a systematic exploration of students' experiences, perceptions, and learning outcomes, this study aims to elucidate the transformative potential of technology in revolutionizing dance pedagogy. The study employs a mixed-methods approach, combining quantitative analysis of pre- and post-intervention data with qualitative inquiry into students' attitudes, preferences, and experiences. Results indicate a significant improvement in students' technical proficiency, creativity, and engagement following the integration of technology in dance teaching. Moreover, students exhibit high levels of technological acceptance and perceived usability of the technology tools employed in the study. These findings underscore the efficacy and value of technology-enhanced instruction in dance education, informing pedagogical practices and shaping the future of the field. Ultimately, this study contributes to the ongoing dialogue surrounding the integration of technology in dance pedagogy and highlights the potential for technology to enrich teaching and learning experiences in dance education.

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