Qiu, Y., Kanjanarat, K., & Khan, S. (2023). Satisfaction with blended teaching in post-pandemic dance teaching in higher education of dance performance program. International Journal of Latest Research in Humanities and Social Science (IJLRHSS), 6(8), 241-253. http://www.ijlrhss.com/current%20issue.html.
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to study the advantages, and disadvantages of the blended teaching model. The sample size was determined by the Krejcie & Morgan (1970) sampling table, using stratified sampling. The study participants were 123 students of the Dance Performance Program, School of Music and Dance, Hunan University of Humanities, Science and Technology. The research tool was a questionnaire that had a reliability of 0.878. The statistics used for data are percentages, averages, and standard deviations. The research results indicate that: sensory experience, service experience, and interactive experience have a positive and significant impact on college students’ satisfaction. and based on research conclusions and practical teaching experience, a blended teaching model suitable for cultivating dance performance talents is proposed. “Micro courses” that are suitable for the characteristics of the information age are selected as the carrier for case development to design courses, to better explore the application of blended teaching models in dance teaching in higher education institutions.
Keywords: Satisfaction; Blended Teaching; Dance Teaching; Higher Education