Stories of Transformation
Educators share their experiences: from what they’ve discovered about their learners, to the overall quality of teaching and learning in their own practice, and how they have have adapted Drama in Education methodology to suit their needs.
This is a ball: A versatile drama-based tool to teach any subject
Let us hear from teachers how a simple drama game can be used to engage learners in any subject from maths to French!
How are learners responding to a drama-based methodology?
Today’s students are moving beyond the basics and embracing the 4C’s — Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Creativity – “super skills” for the 21st century! In this video, teachers share how students imbibe these skills through drama-based methods.
How does use of drama-based methodology in the curriculum work for educators?
Incorporating drama-based methodologies in the curriculum is a powerful tool for experiential learning. In this video, we share their views on how drama has helped them in various ways – from understanding different learning approaches to classroom management!
Ha Clap: A favourite drama-based tool for primary learners
See how ‘The Ha – Clap’ a fun group activity for the whole class, is used as an ice breaker and helps develop social skills – listening, accepting and collaboration!
How effective are drama-based tools?
Drama based tools can be adapted to teach various subjects. This video has some innovative teaching strategies devised by teachers trained by us.
A young, enthusiastic teacher, Shruti Advani from Sarvankash Vidya Mandir, Ratnagiri shares her ‘drama’tic classroom experiences with us.
Q & A with Ms Sunita Swaraj, Principal, Heritage School, Vasant Kunj Delhi. What motivated you to use drama as a pedagogical tool in your school? Pedagogy means a process […]