Relationships in drama education: a pedagogical model

Marie Jeanne McNaughton, S. Schonmann (Editor)

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Abstract

The pedagogical model proposed in this chapter has been developed as a result of the analysis of a wide range of data, gathered over a series of educational drama lessons with pupils aged 10-12 years in three Scottish Primary schools. The data comprised: interviews; observers' commentaries; pupils' evaluations; teachers' reflective journal entries and video recordings of the lessons. Close analysis of the data uncovered an overarching theme: that the nature of the relationships betweenthe participants in drama lessons, and between the participants and the learning contexts, afforded a climate in which learning (in its widest sense) can take place.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationKey Concepts in Drama and Theatre Education
EditorsShifra Schonmann
Place of PublicationRotterdam
Pages125-131
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2010

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Keywords

  • drama
  • education
  • learning
  • teaching
  • theatre education

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McNaughton, M. J., & Schonmann, S. (Ed.) (2010). Relationships in drama education: a pedagogical model. In S. Schonmann (Ed.), Key Concepts in Drama and Theatre Education (pp. 125-131). Rotterdam.
McNaughton, Marie Jeanne ; Schonmann, S. (Editor). / Relationships in drama education : a pedagogical model. Key Concepts in Drama and Theatre Education. editor / Shifra Schonmann. Rotterdam, 2010. pp. 125-131
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Key Concepts in Drama and Theatre Education. ed. / Shifra Schonmann. Rotterdam, 2010. p. 125-131.

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