Drama pedagogy: Theatre as a pedagogical instrument

 

 

Using drama as a pedagogical tool

A theatre project is an excellent way to bring people together, unleash hidden talents, strengthen self-esteem and build community through a creative process. Ana, Triana and Sander share some of their observations and insights in this video which is about a yearly event called “Summer Theatre in Juelsminde”.

Using drama as a tool in social pedagogy

 

Drama Pedagogy: The 2020 Digital Summer Theatre event

This year, the event was held online in line with the current lockdown restrictions. This new reality opened up for new approaches to story-telling and community based performing arts.

 

Using drama as a pedagogical tool

​The Summer Theatre event is hosted by one of the learning centres where participants in the Pedagogy for Change programme do their training – Juelsminde Day School. This school has a long tradition of using drama as a pedagogical tool, harvesting many valuable experiences through practising and performing drama together.

Read more about Juelsminde Day School here.

Drama as a pedagogical tool in social pedagogy

“Tell me, and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I’ll understand.” 

Old Native American Proverb

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