Directing young performers provides a unique opportunity for drama teachers to engage with one of Australia’s most experienced professional theatre directors who has specialised in working with young performers: the Artistic Director of ATYP, Fraser Cor eld.
Decades of research attest to Drama being a tremendously e ective tool for language and literacy development. Drama develops language contextually, aids vocabulary development, promotes uency, integrates learners from di erent language groups, encourages collaboration and provides highly engaging pedagogical strategies.
This practical workshop is an opportunity to share a collection of activities and learning designs that authentically link the Mandatory curriculum to outcomes of all areas of the Performing Arts (Dance, Drama, and Music).
Dialogical Spaces and Cultural Conversations: Examining culturally speci c Oral Art forms and Drama Processes to support intercultural understanding; inclusive education and honour diversity in Drama teaching and learning.
After last year’s Zoom HSC Written Exam Day success, this year we are offering our usual invaluable intensive workshop for HSC Drama students both face to face and live streamed.
This half day Professional Learning workshop is for teachers who lack con dence or experience to schedule, manage and assess this option or those who would just like some fresh ideas to help improve their students' results.
Starting to plan for 2022? Want to shake up your scope and sequence? Want to see other options for units? Want to reflect on backward mapping? Want to talk with others and see what works in different contexts? New to a school and don’t know where to start? If you answered ‘YES’ to any of...
The concept of a “Renaissance” speaks to notions of rebirth and enlightenment after a period of darkness. As we re-emerge from one of the most difficult periods in Creative Arts education, how do we move forward and reclaim our spaces and subject in order to reinvigorate our students, ourselves and our schools? What did teachers...