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Wei Sun, Xiujie Ma, Lin Wang, Cui Zhang, Qipeng Song, Houxin Gu, and Dewei Mao

3 weeks, the participants were individually instructed about the 24-form TCC exercise by a qualified TCC master. Each session included a 10-min warm-up, a 20-min training on new movement forms, a 20-min review of learned movements, and a 10-min cooldown. The participants then practiced under the

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Elizabeth Coker and Terry Kaminski

dance classrooms, while primarily intended to improve aspects of movement form required by Western ballet technique, may serve the secondary purpose of enhancing balance control. As yet, it is still unknown how visual environment (including lighting conditions and mirror feedback) affects COP measures

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Mey A. van Munster, Laureen J. Lieberman, and Michelle A. Grenier

adaptations and neglecting to offer accommodations that are indispensable to SWDs’ achievement. Unfortunately, research has shown that most SWDs may not benefit from the “normalized practices” that are prevalent in PE ( Fitzgerald, 2005 ). A normalized approach involves “changing the student’s movement forms