Drama as a tool for transforming attitudes and values in teacher education students
Wright, P. R. and Pascoe, R. (2009) Drama as a tool for transforming attitudes and values in teacher education students. In: Footprints. Drama Australia National Conference 2009, 26-28 November 2009, University of Melbourne
Students entering primary teaching programs at Murdoch University have consistently shown anxiety about teaching the arts. They indicate a lack of content knowledge, artistic experiences and pedagogical understanding to effectively teach the arts in schools. The authors report on introducing students to active, hands-on, practical and embodied learning; model "studio thinking" (Hetland et al) and focus on arts practice and aesthetic understanding.
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