This paper reports on research into how trainee drama teachers can be helped to identify how personally held values are organised into systems that impact on their classroom practice by reviewing video recording of themselves teaching.
The role of ipsative design in developing the practice of trainee drama teachers
In this paper we ask the basic question: How can arts education practices such as applied drama and theatre be better researched through performance ethnography as methodology?
Increasingly organisations of all types are under pressure to live up to the values they profess in their vision and value statements.
The Show Must Go On: Using Applied Theatre Conventions to Create Intergenerational Attitudinal Shifts and Understandings
This article chronicles the creation and facilitation of an applied theatre action research project. This project was led in partnership with Central High School of New Jersey and Israel Senior Center of New York.
In the years following New Labour’s election victory (1997) the creative agenda was a visible concern for schools and teachers.