Usually students with autistic syndrome disorder (ASD) are marginalized by the community. This action research tried to make social reconstruction in an inclusive educational setting. By using the synectic model of learning dances, we tried to improve ASD students' social competence and creativity. The syntax of this model had four steps: preparation, introduction of the concepts through analogy and exploration, composing, and presentation of students' work. After two cycles, the synectic model of learning dances can improve ASD students' creativity and social interaction competence. Direct analogy, personal analogy, and compressed conflict analogy can help ASD students to express their idea through body movement and through creating a dance together with their friends in an inclusive educational setting.