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Beale, Sam – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
This article considers ideas about the performance of personal stories in stand-up comedy that emerged during a teaching and performance project in a refugee camp in Palestine. After experimenting with a range of stand-up techniques and approaches, participants created public performances sharing their experiences of life under military occupation.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comedy, Performance, Refugees
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Carter, Katrina – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
Dr. Katrina Carter shares some of the challenges and successes she encountered when incorporating Audio Description (AD) into an undergraduate circus module in the UK, for the first time. She demonstrates how, by considering diverse audiences, access tools can enhance the creative process for the artists themselves. Forcing them to question what,…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Teaching Methods, Audio Equipment, Story Telling
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Heinemeyer, Catherine – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
The need for dialogue between diverse groups within society is pressing, but the shrinking of shared public space makes it difficult for storytelling to cross social divides. Through an evolving practice of multi-artform "storyhacking," I and various collaborators have attempted to facilitate creative intercommunity dialogue by indirect…
Descriptors: Dialogs (Language), Story Telling, Creativity, Social Differences
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Bhandari, Anooj – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
The interruption of the school-to-prison pipeline has had a greater presence in many educational policies across the nation, many of these outlining Restorative Justice as a step toward the deconstruction of that system. In looking at policy asks, a question comes up as to how a culture change can be funded that can allow restorative practices to…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Justice, Social Change, Racial Bias
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Greenberg, Nisse – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
A meditation from a storytelling teacher on my attempts to construct rules and guidelines for my work. This semi-narrative internal dialogue attempts to explore both the ways in which my identity shapes a learning environment and the ways I can create structures in my teaching practice that undermine the structural imbalance of our society.
Descriptors: Story Telling, Guidelines, Self Concept, Teacher Attitudes
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Blei, Micaela – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
The Moth is a nonprofit performing arts organization dedicated to true stories told live, and its education programs make space for students and educators to tell their stories. In this edited transcript of a panel discussion given by student alumni of Moth storytelling programs, participants discuss the impact of personal narrative performance on…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Academic Achievement, Student Experience, Story Telling
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Odsess-Rubin, Adam – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
Social Activism Through Theater" chronicles the author's first full year as a teaching artist in New York City, including the launch of National Queer Theater and its inaugural show, Speechless, as well as his experiences investigating film and storytelling with teenagers at the Refugee Youth Summer Academy.
Descriptors: Activism, Social Action, Theater Arts, Art
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Odsess-Rubin, Adam – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
This article demonstrates the therapeutic benefits of storytelling and testimony through qualitative interviews with HIV+ Black gay men in Jackson, Mississippi, in 2017. Sponsored by Project + Connect, a story preservation nonprofit based in New York, the research trip was inspired by a "New York Times" article claiming that 50% of all…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Males, Interviews, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
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McClellan, Lodi – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
Professor Wade Madsen has been teaching at Cornish College of the Arts since 1985. This article serves as a window into his educational approach to teaching advanced choreography.
Descriptors: College Faculty, Dance Education, Teaching Methods, Dance
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Jones, Jonathan P. – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
Social change develops over time, but it begins with individual and collective actions by real people. In the current American atmosphere of resistance, activism, and art-ivism, what are the tools that artists can employ to motivate audience members to act? This article illuminates the call to action, an essential element of persuasive speaking…
Descriptors: Social Change, Activism, Theater Arts, Performance
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Ssebuuma, Antonio Bukhar; Martin, Rose – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
This article critically explores two dance educators' reflections of difference in dance learning and teaching. We pose the question, How as educators might we facilitate and view difference? What have we learned in our teaching practices that aims to celebrate difference? Through the sharing of narratives and reflections about our experiences of…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Student Diversity, Consciousness Raising, Foreign Countries
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Sheridan, Kate – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
As I began my first year of graduate school--admittedly, a shaky start of my own--a group of my former students began to struggle with their transition to high school. Upon hearing this from my friend, colleague, and their current theatre teacher (who I will call Ms. M), I developed a workshop curriculum focused upon health for the artist to…
Descriptors: Drama Workshops, Personal Narratives, Drama, Theater Arts
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Pretorius, Jannie – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
In this essay, the author explores what educationalists can learn from studying "The Paper Chase." The rise and decline of the Socratic method and the importance of the hidden curriculum are highlighted.
Descriptors: Hidden Curriculum, Teaching Methods, Questioning Techniques, Films
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Engelmann, Julie Bernstein; Kappel, Alexandria; Kerry-Moran, Kelli Jo – Teaching Artist Journal, 2018
How can artist residencies for preservice teachers plant seeds for future classrooms? Teacher educators and a teaching artist describe a two-tiered residency in an early childhood and special education program that transformed preservice teachers' attitudes toward visual art and arts integration. Findings are based on teaching artist and…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Artists, Student Attitudes, Early Childhood Education
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Okpadah, Stephen Ogheneruro – Teaching Artist Journal, 2017
This study examines the role of "theatre for development" (TFD) as a model for social transformation in Nigeria, historicizing its relationship to "community theatre" while illuminating significant innovations in authorship and participation. In addition, the article explores TFD as a relational and performative process in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Theater Arts, Social Development, Social Change
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