Learning Through Theatre The Changing Face of Theatre in Education
Edition: 3rd 2013 (Revised)
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Description: Charts the development of theatre in education, identifying its strengths and providing vivid and illuminating accounts of its practice around the world.
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Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 9/19/2013
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Anthony Jackson is a professor in the Faculty of Architecture at the Technical University of Nova Scotia.
|List of figures|
|Notes on contributors|
|Identifying Theatre in Education|
|Education or theatre? The development of TIE in Britain|
|The imagination in action: TIE and its relationship to Drama in Education today|
|'TIE and the Theatre of the Oppressed' revisited|
|Ways of working|
|Theatre as education and a resource of hope: reflections on the devising of participatory theatre|
|The playwright in TIE|
|'So are you really a theatre company then?': the challenges of acting in TIE|
|The performer in TIE|
|Challenging facilitation: training facilitators for Theatre for Dialogue programmes|
|Regional theatres as learning resources|
|Alternative politics of learning: the legacy of TIE in Australia|
|Pandita Ramabai: the making of a participatory theatre programme around a character from Indian history|
|Senzeni na (what have we done?): educational theatre in southern Africa|
|Walking the tightrope: the complex demands of funded partnerships. The Creative Arts Team, New York City|
|Selective snapshots of TIE practice across the globe|
|India: TIE in and beyond Delhi - a personal journey|
|Ireland: Graffiti, Cork|
|Ireland: TEAM, Dublin|
|Norway and the Nordic countries|
|TIE in the twenty-first century - issues and challenges|
|TIE as a catalyst for civic dialogue|
|TIE and critical pedagogy|
|TIE: the pedagogic as the aesthetic in a crumbling world|