- Group blogs: Documenting collaborative drama processes. Philip, Robyn; Nicholls, Jennifer // Australasian Journal of Educational Technology;2009, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p683
The use of blogging (online diaries), to support student learning and reflection has increasingly been adopted for assessment purposes in higher education. The relative ease of use and accessibility of the tools indicate that these social networking applications are, potentially, a convenient...
- Secondary teacher training: The theatre backwater? Oaks, H.R. // Design for Arts in Education;Nov/Dec89, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p23
Describes problems in secondary and theatre education. Teacher training; Secondary theatre education research; Performance materials; Professional associations.
- K-12 drama/theatre research for the 1990s: An agenda for dramatic action. Klein, J. // Design for Arts in Education;Nov/Dec89, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p27
Explains past history and future projects for theatre and drama researchers. Theoretical frameworks; Research on the effect of drama methods on learning; Testing comprehension and dramatic behavior; Multicultural perspectives.
- Challenges to the field: Working together. Bedard, R.L. // Design for Arts in Education;Nov/Dec89, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p35
Discusses cooperation between national theatre education organizations. National action in arts education; Low profile of theatre education; K-12 theatre.
- Theatre education for everyone: The role of the college and university theatre department. Wright, L. // Design for Arts in Education;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p18
Examines the role of the college theatre department in creating an audience and discovering talent at the K-12 level. Teaching theatre artists about their role in developing future audiences; What to teach and how to teach it; Teaching about theatre with and for youth.
- Artists and models: Theatre teachers for the future. O'Neill, C. // Design for Arts in Education;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p23
Focuses on the future role of the theatre teacher in providing a set of processes that will help young people to face challenges and opportunities. Teachers as models and artists; Dramatic curriculum for teachers; Importance of improvisation; Context of the theatre department.
- In the twenty-first century: Dramaturgy. Comtois, M.E. // Design for Arts in Education;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p27
Defines dramaturgy as the practical and theoretical study of playmaking. Need for dramaturgy to become a fundamental element in theatre education; Reclaiming theatre as the voice of community; Accessibility to every age; Importance of educating drama/theatre majors about the diversity of...
- Dramatic literacy: The place of theatre education in the schools. Wright, L.; Garcia-Rose, L. // Design for Arts in Education;Mar1992, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p25
Discusses dramatic literacy and the place of theatre education in the schools. Special interest in theatre; Dramatic literacy; Theatre in the curriculum; The challenge; Suggestions for incorporating the more traditional means of teaching performance and production skills, dramatic text...
- Assessment in theatre education. Salazar, L.G. // Design for Arts in Education;May92, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p41
Offers a look at the problem of assessment in theatre education. Previous research; Types of assessment already in place; Studies in progress; Project ZEROs and ARTS PROPEL; Research abound; Associated studies; Summary and conclusions.