FSC2153 Drama – A Teaching and Learning Tool
Develop your ability to use drama in the classroom and think creatively about how to use drama as a teaching and learning tool, with a cross curriculum integrational approach.
This course aims:
- To enable teachers to develop their ability to use drama in the classroom through the exploration of the strand units of the drama curriculum.
- Exploring and making drama, Reflecting on drama and cooperating and communicating in making drama.
- To explore learning outcomes of the new English curriculum identifying the role of drama with emphasis on playful and creative use of language
- To consider the role of drama in achieving aistear outcomes.
- To identify and explore the role drama plays in supporting wellbeing development in our students
- To enable teachers to think creatively about how they can use drama as a teaching and learning tool and a cross curriculum integrational approach to learning.
- To examine the SSE process when analyzing drama in our schools.
- Target Audience: Teachers looking to develop their ability to use drama in the classroom through the exploration of the strand units of the drama curriculum.
- Equipment Required: All our courses are accessible through PC, Laptop, iPad, Tablet and Mobile devices. Internet access required with broadband speeds recommended
- Prerequisites or Requirements: Suitable for all primary school teachers
- Duration: All Flúirse Online Teacher Summer Courses are available from July 1st – August 20th. Each course requires approximately 20 hours of training and engagement
- Course Fee: €69 (also available as part of a 2 course 4-EPV Day bundle for €89 or 3 Course 5-EPV Day bundle for €99)
- EPV Days: This course is worth 3 EPV days (also available as part of a 2 course 4-EPV Day bundle or 3 Course 5-EPV Day bundle)
- Support: Our team are available to support you throughout your training by phone, email, online chat, course forums and social media
- Our Guarantee: No risk guarantee, if your not happy with your course for any reason within 21 days of enrollment we will issue you a full refund
- Questions/ More Information: Call us now on 066 712 9828 or e-mail [email protected]
- Review, analyse and implement the primary School Drama Curriculum
- Discuss, contrast and recognise the difference between Process Drama and Performance Drama
- Discuss and construct Assessment methods and opportunities in Drama Education
- Define and list Drama Strategies and conventions and reflect on effective planning for Drama
- Create and implement plans and reflect upon their achievement which mirrors the ideals in the School self-Evaluation Guidelines.
- Explore, analyse and evaluate the use of drama for oral language development
- Recognise the value in using drama to teach Poetry through the use of examples and lesson creation, imagery, narration and devising use drama to teach Story in the primary classroom
- Use drama to teach Fairy Tales in the early years and as a tool for reflection through Diary entries, script writing, freezing framing
- Support the examination of sources of evidence in schools for evaluating teaching and learning in drama
- Recognise the ways in which drama promotes wellbeing including the areas of self-esteem, empathy and communication
- Outline ways in which drama can develop mindset, self-efficacy and resilience.
- Utilise drama to support the teaching of SPHE content
- Identify additional drama strategies and ideas to support the development of wellbeing in the classroom
- Reflecting on drama for whole school wellbeing and culture development through the SSE process.
- Facilitate a reader’s theatre lesson while identifying texts for readers theatre
- Identify skills developed through a reader’s theatre lesson
- Identify how readers theatre promotes inclusion and diversity
- Using readers theatre to support writing in the primary curriculum
- Consider SSE practices for the whole school in relation to readers theatre and literacy development within a whole school setting
- Analyse an overview of the Philosophical and Psychological Underpinnings of Early childhood Education and gain an understanding of Early Childhood, an historical point of view.
- Understand the aims and learning opportunities for play based drama using the Aistear framework
- Apply, define and utilise ‘Mantle of the Expert’ as a teaching and learning tool for integrated learning
- Create and explore the use of drama to teach SESE in the Primary School Curriculum
- Review practices taking place in the whole school for the development of a School Self Evaluation Plan with a focus on drama
- Exploration of creative spaces for drama including outdoor drama and drama online
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