This paper examines how ‘relaxed performances’ are being offered by an increasing number of mainstream theatres so children with complex individual needs and their families can enjoy the social and cultural experience of live theatre.
‘Open sesame!’ How panto can pave the way for inclusion in theatre
Fostering Historical Empathy through Drama‐in‐ education: A Pilot Study on Secondary School Students in Greece
The pilot study presented in this article illustrates how drama‐in‐education might be used to foster historical empathy in first year secondary school students in Greece.
Reflections on the use of Drama as an instructional tool for learning: An Action Research study in an English classroom
Though not widely employed in the K‐12 classrooms (Wagner, 1998; Wolf, Edmiston, and Enciso, 1997), process drama is a potential catalyst for developing learner’s literacy learning.
The arts specialists and teachers involved in the project participated in professional learning communities focused on the use of classroom assessment practices.