Eğitimde yaratıcı drama
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2016
Project's name: Teacher Training Course on Drama in Education – Holistic Approach to Teaching with Drama Techniques
Project's aim: Using drama techniques in lessons to enhance teaching performance
Features of participants: Participants are expected to have at least B1 level of English proficiency. The course is eligible for funding under Erasmus+ programme.
Date of project: From 17/08/2015 to 26/08/2015
Place of project : In Lovran/Croatia
Participants will be active protagonists since they will live an educational experience centred on the experimentation of their own ability. Objectives will be carried out through several activities (short lessons, experience comparisons, theatre exercises, improvisations, simulations, group works and discussions…) which will allow participants both to learn and to bring their experiences in this event; our principle of teaching is based on “learning by doing approach” and on “mutual teaching”. Participants will have the opportunity to acquire technical and practical knowledge through a methodology based on team work, discussions and elaboration using also a method of practical exercises and simulations. Storytelling will be used to introduce pre-texts on which the Process Drama will be structured. IBS, TBL and PBS will be integrated into the context of Process Drama. Participants will learn to take the role of facilitators rather than teachers so they could develop their students self-directed learning skills and turn them in protagonists of their own learning. The methodologies used are storytelling and process drama, which in themselves are based in inquiry based learning (IBL), problem based learning (PBL) and task based learning (TBL).
After the course participants will be asked to share what they have learned with the rest of the staff in their schools. Since they will all join the virtual collaboration platform they will be able to further discuss and deepen the understanding of the themes of this course in special forums and therefore keep on learning. Moreover, they will be encouraged to publish materials showing how they are using what they have learned in their everyday work in terms of ideas, photos, videos, lesson plans, assessment and self-assessment forms, etc. creating an open educational resource available to everyone. Thanks to the virtual collaboration platform they will all be networked which will provide greater opportunities to develop future partnerships and projects. Further books and articles to deepen the topic and contacts with some other practitioners all over Europe and in the world will be suggested by trainers. The methods shared and explored and the bibliography given will allow the participants to complete and improve their educational path.
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