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Dr. Monica J. Cameron Frichtel graduated with a BA in Dance and a minor in Spanish from the University of California, Irvine. She earned an EdM (with a dual emphasis in culture and education) and a PhD in dance from Temple University, where she was awarded the Promising Dance Educator and Emerging Scholar Awards. Her dissertation research investigated student engagement through critical and phenomenological pedagogical practices. She continues to study teaching and learning in and through dance, with a particular focus on socially-just practices. She regularly presents at the National Dance Education Organization's conferences, has had work published in the Journal of Dance Education, and has written chapters for several books. Dr. Frichtel teaches courses in research, pedagogy, dance in culture and society, dance as art, modern and ballet techniques, and choreographic exploration. She serves as the treasurer and chair of the advocacy committee for the Pennsylvania Dance Education Organization, having successfully advocated direct path dancer certification for PK-12 grade educators.
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