Conservation and Early Childhood Music Intelligence as Generation Z in Dance Learning

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Hartono, Fitri Daryanti, Wahyu Lestari, Restu Lanjari


Dance, conservation, and intelligence of children as a system in dance learning.  The purpose of this study examines the conservation and process of increasing musical intelligence in early childhood through dance.  The method is qualitative, the technique of observation data collection, interviews, and documentation.  Data validity inspection technique with triangulation. The analysis is performed along with the process of collecting data by reducing and making conclusions displaying the meaning of the research focus.  The results of the study that (1) the conservation occurs accidentally when children perform dance movements, also occurs when the teacher does the simplification of motion (footrest and level, hands, head, and the blend of hands with legs, hands with head, Hand foot head) adjusting with the ability of children. (2) The process of music intelligence especially when the child performs adjusting rhythm with the precision of motion (legs, hands, head). Also, it relates to the tempo especially when it gives the pressure of feet, hands, and head.  The dynamics are related to motion variation.    The implications of the research are one of the most effective ways of dance conservation and intelligent stimulate children with a way of learning in children.  In addition to this, it is a cheerful child and a balancing process between the right hemisphere brain and the left hemisphere.

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