DEGREE STUDENT LOOKING FOR HELP & ADVICE RE DANCE CLASSES FOR CHILDREN [title edited by MNHQ]

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hayley92 Mon 17-Feb-14 14:28:49

Hello

I was just wondering whether i could receive some help?

I am at university and currently doing my final module where i am writing and researching into

'How dance can enhance the development of a childs confidence and creativity?'

I would like to get some feedback as i can reference your opinions to support the existing theories out there. It would be so helpful and i would really appreciate it if you could help me. If you could reply with your honest opinion..has your child ever participated in a dance class and have you seen a difference in their behaviour and mannerisms or does your child do dance at school within wake up shake programmes enhancing the use of kinaesthetic learning (learning through movement) and any other information or opinions you have on this matter.

Thankyou smile

hayley92 Mon 17-Feb-14 15:19:17

As previously stated i am doing proper research this was just an idea to gain some more opinions based on the matter which could correlate against current theoretical views. But never mind.

NigellasDealer Mon 17-Feb-14 15:20:55

well if you have done some 'proper research' already, then you would know that asking randomers on the internet vague questions would not count!

hayley92 Mon 17-Feb-14 15:29:03

You are extremely rude i am just a student looking at as many different ways possible to gain some opinions on my given question, whether it works or not no need to be this abrupt unhelpful and ill mannered. This is an open chat if you have nothing constructive to say why replying writing to people.

NigellasDealer Mon 17-Feb-14 15:32:18

well as I earn my living reading through dissertations and theses, I thought you might find my input valuable, along with other advice here, if you want to get a good mark. never mind though, carry on as you were.

southeastastra Mon 17-Feb-14 15:45:55

ime mn blows hot and cold with students looking for help with research. I did suggest ages ago that students could have their own topic as it's hard to know what the right way to go about it is on here.

btw op twitter may be useful too.

BackforGood Mon 17-Feb-14 16:04:56

I can't see that people have been rude here. People have been very constructive in letting you know that you can't write a dissertation based on a vague question - without qualifying criteria - posed to strangers on the internet. I'd have thought it would be helpful to know that now, rather than once you've handed it in.
I am though, surprised that if you are getting to dissertation stage, you didn't know that already.

NigellasDealer Mon 17-Feb-14 16:06:57

and i am not 'extremely rude' just opinionated what is wrong with that?
'extremely rude' would be ///you////%%4*&()%^$£"!^&&&

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