This study is a case study of efforts to develop a coeducation “contemporary rhythm
dance” class at the junior high school attached to O University School of Education through
continuous feedback between the teacher and the teacher educator. Body stiffness and self
consciousness at being seen or looked at by others emerged as students’ major problems
from the physical and emotional perspectives, respectively. As a result of trying multiple
suggestions from students to improve the above issues from the three aspects of time, space,
and movement, and based on an analysis of learner questionnaire data and teacher records, it
appears that the students started to enjoy learning contemporary rhythm dance.