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Gavin Robert Walker – Research in Drama Education, 2024
Despite the often-crucial roles played by music within theatre-based public health promotion strategies, theoretical explorations regarding music within applied theatre literatures remain largely underdeveloped. This article highlights musicking -- a reconceptualization of music from an object to a participatory act that can profoundly influence…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Interdisciplinary Approach, Theater Arts, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
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Irina Malinina – Research in Drama Education, 2024
Higher education in pedagogy is abundant in theoretical courses and knowledge, whereas practicum in schools in Russia, for example, only takes place in the 3rd or 4th year of the bachelor's degree programme, with a maximum length of 4 weeks, thus leaving the theoretical propositions without proper application. The gap between theory and real life…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education, Role Playing
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Tamara Lee; Sarah Peters – Research in Drama Education, 2024
Co-authors Lee and Peters collaborated across 2019-2021 on a community-engaged project with Carclew's ExpressWay Arts. They ask, when your creative practice is premised on relationship building, belonging and care, how do you step away from projects responsibly, meaningfully and carefully? This article explores how establishing rituals of closure…
Descriptors: Community Programs, Program Design, Drama Workshops, Program Termination
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Meira Medina-Junge; Susana Pendzik – Research in Drama Education, 2024
Autobiographical theatre usually brings to the forefront personal experiences that have been hidden or silenced, while the autoethnographic approach emphasises their social dimensions. This article looks at "Night Watchers" (an autobiographical/autoethnographic piece) featuring three artists who, using acting, painting, and poetry, tell…
Descriptors: Drama, Therapy, Collective Settlements, Foreign Countries
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Peter Ogohi Salifu; O. P. Egwemi; Blessing Ikwuji – Research in Drama Education, 2024
Achieving the recommendations of TfD action plans for community-based solutions to rural community problems require follow-up, monitoring, and evaluation which are "nearly absent" or ineffective in University-based TfD projects in Nigeria (Akoh 2019). Our observation during a 2022 Ofabo TfD project is that if songs used in such TfD…
Descriptors: Singing, Theater Arts, Program Descriptions, Community Problems
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Elspeth Tilley – Research in Drama Education, 2024
This article advances transdisciplinarity as a potentially useful applied theatre theory and method. It maps the ways transdisciplinary research principles informed and framed an applied theatre project and suggests that making applied theatre explicit rather than implicit as a transdisciplinary research process may help practitioners…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Foreign Countries, Research Methodology, Theater Arts
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Hannah Sams – Research in Drama Education, 2024
Despite the vibrancy and potential Welsh-language Theatre-in-Education (TIE) has thus far received very little scholarly attention. This article aims to address that gap in research by focusing on Welsh TIE's role in engaging teenagers with and through the Welsh language. The first part of this article outlines the socio-political, linguistic and…
Descriptors: Welsh, Language of Instruction, Language Minorities, Adolescents
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Lisa Stephenson; Ana Sanches; Tom Dobson; Jay Ali – Research in Drama Education, 2024
The Story Makers Press is a university-based publisher who focus on making and publishing hybrid stories with children who are under-represented in literature. This article explores the embodied drama processes used in the co-creation of our third book called 'Zalfa Emir is Warrior' with eighteen 10 - 11-year-old girls from second generation…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Females, Elementary School Students, Low Income Students
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Hyejoo Kim – Research in Drama Education, 2024
The purpose of this paper is to study how pre-analysis affects drama-based art programme in South Korea to reach the drama educational goals. In the cognitive, psychodynamic (functional), and affective parts, the learner's analysis has been analysed through questionnaires, the learner's situation, and the lesson plan. Also, through the pre-meeting…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Grade 3, Drama, Art Education
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Christine Balt – Research in Drama Education, 2024
This article engages with the emotional flows of an online, ethnographic doctoral research project taking place in three Toronto drama classrooms during Ontario's longest COVID lockdown. Using conceptualisations of togetherness in drama education, and feminist theories of emotion in virtual and public life, the article reflects on how community in…
Descriptors: Drama, Distance Education, Virtual Classrooms, Computer Mediated Communication
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Michelle MacArthur; Kimberley McLeod; Scott Mealey – Research in Drama Education, 2024
This article examines the creation and reception of "The Stream You Step In," a digital series co-produced by Outside the March for University of Windsor students and performed live over Zoom in 2020. While Zoom is assumed to be a care-less medium, we argue that it offers new, altered modes of caring through its disruption of boundaries…
Descriptors: Drama Education, Foreign Countries, Universities, Videoconferencing
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Bryoni Trezise; Nitin Vengurlekar; Malcolm Whittaker – Research in Drama Education, 2024
This article considers a pilot research project that examines the successes, failures, and best practice approaches for delivering online performing arts education experiences to young people around Australia. In conversation with 15 teaching artists and 18 youth-based arts organisations nationally, it evaluates the challenges and innovations in…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Theater Arts, Electronic Learning
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Jennifer Stevens-Ballenger; Neryl Jeanneret – Research in Drama Education, 2024
This paper reports on a study that explores how artists might best support very young children's engagement in integrated arts performances. It aims to contribute to a better understanding of the ways in which artists work with very young children in performing arts spaces. The study was designed to intimately examine a work with and for a very…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Young Children, Artists, Theater Arts
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Xiaodong Zhang – Research in Drama Education, 2024
This qualitative case study explores the trajectory of one English writing teacher's self-directed development. The teacher's self-directed development incorporated the use of drama-based pedagogy, in assisting student writers' topic knowledge development. The study shows that the teacher's initial journey of self-directed development was zigzag,…
Descriptors: Drama, Teaching Methods, Writing Instruction, Student Needs
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Bobby Smith; Maxwel Okuto – Research in Drama Education, 2024
In Kenya there are an increasing number of applied theatre and peacebuilding projects taking place. Currently, the perspectives and experiences of those undertaking this work, on the ground, are not adequately reflected in academic discourse or in the processes of setting up projects or establishing modes of support and collaboration. In this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Theater Arts, Workshops, Cooperation
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