Alfdaniels Mabingo, PhD
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Decolonizing dance pedagogy: Application of pedagogies of Ugandan traditional dances in formal dance education
A Mabingo
Journal of Dance Education 15 (4), 131-141, 2015
Integrating emerging technologies in teaching Ugandan traditional dances in K-12 schools in New York City
A Mabingo
Curriculum Journal 26 (2), 313-334, 2015
Teaching East African dances in higher education in the US: Reconciling content and pedagogy
A Mabingo
Journal of Emerging Dance Scholarship 2, 1-37, 2014
Intercultural dance education in the era of neo-state nationalism: The relevance of African dances to student performers’ learning experiences in the United States
A Mabingo
Journal of Dance Education 19 (2), 47-57, 2019
Dancing with the “other:” Experiential and reflective learning of African neo-traditional dances through dance education study abroad programs
A Mabingo
International Journal of Education & the Arts 20 (2), 2019
Pedagogies of adaptation: Teachers’ reflections on teaching traditional Ugandan dances in urban schools in Kampala, Uganda
A Mabingo
The Palgrave handbook of global arts education, 285-304, 2017
Refugees, migrants, visitors and internally displaced persons: investigating acculturation in Academia
N Rowe, R Martin, S Knox, A Mabingo
Higher Education Research & Development 35 (1), 58-70, 2016
Dancing into academia: Trajectories of traditional dances from community-based practices to pre-tertiary and tertiary education in Uganda
A Mabingo
International yearbook for research in arts education: The wisdom of the …, 2015
Music as a pedagogic tool and co-teacher in African dances: Dissecting the reflections and practices of teachers of cultural heritage dances in Uganda
A Mabingo
Research Studies in Music Education 42 (2), 231-247, 2020
Teaching African dances as civic engagement: Pedagogic perspectives of teachers of African dances in North America, Europe, New Zealand, and Asia
A Mabingo
Journal of Dance Education 18 (3), 103-111, 2018
Teaching collaborative dexterity in higher education: Threshold concepts for educators
N Rowe, R Martin, R Buck, A Mabingo
Higher Education Research & Development, 1-15, 2020
Dancing across the wall (s) of exclusion: Reflections of two dance teachers on overcoming barriers to difference in dance education
A Mabingo, S Koff
Dancing Across Borders, 100-109, 2019
‘African dances are valid knowledge’: Dance teachers’ de/construction of meanings from cultural heritage dances in Uganda
A Mabingo
Research in Dance Education 20 (3), 311-330, 2019
Ubuntu as Dance Pedagogy in Uganda
A Mabingo
Springer Singapore, 2020
Teaching African dances in the Caribbean: Horizontal interpenetration and Afrocentricity in Jamaica
A Mabingo
Journal of Black Studies 49 (8), 735-755, 2018
Teaching Ugandan traditional dances and drumming in summer camps
A Mabingo
Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance 88 (5), 20-25, 2017
Deconstructing pedagogies of African cultural heritage dances: Reflections, rationalities, and practices of dance teachers in central Uganda
MB Mabingo
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2018
Decolonizing Dance Teacher Education: Reflections of Four Teachers of Indigenous Dances in African Postcolonial Environments
A Mabingo, G Ssemaganda, E Sembatya, R Kibirige
Journal of Dance Education 20 (3), 148-156, 2020
Teaching collaborative dexterity in higher education: Threshold concepts for educators
RK Martin, N Rowe, R Buck, A Mabingo
Taylor & Francis, 2020
Historical, Sociocultural, and Political Contexts of Indigenous Dance Practices in Uganda
A Mabingo
Ubuntu as Dance Pedagogy in Uganda, 9-24, 2020
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