Athens International Conference 2018
Theatre/Drama and Performing Arts in Education
Utopia or Necessity?

Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr) in the 20th anniversary of its foundation (1998-2018), in partnership with the International Drama/Theatre & Education Association (IDEA) and in collaboration with a number of academic, professional and artistic institutions in Greece and abroad, is organizing the 8th Athens International Conference on Theatre and Performing Arts in Education.

Workshops

Please see below the Conference 2018 WORKSHOPS

WHEN: Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 November 2018. Workshops are 2,5 hour or 5 hour long.

All 5 hour Workshops are on Saturday 24/11/18 09.30-12.00 & 15.00-17.30

2,5 hours Worksops are on Saturday 24/11/18 09.30-12.00 or Saturday 24/11/18 15.00-17.30 or Sunday 25/11/18 09.00-12.00

WHERE: several rooms to be announced later REGISTRATION: Those who have completed Conference Registration may then register for Workshops. Places in Workshops are limited.

ATTENTION: Please NOTICE day and time of the workshops, to avoid registering in workshops offered in the same time zone. No changes are possible. Also take note of the language the workshop is offered.

 

ROOMS-DAY/TIME   WORKSHOPS & WORKING GROUPS

(ALL SEATS FILLED) Bringing the Legend Alive through Inter-thinking, Talk and Embodiment

(ALL SEATS FILLED) Bringing the Legend Alive through Inter-thinking, Talk and Embodiment

Athens, 24/11/2018, Workshop, Patrice Baldwin

Event date: 11/24/2018 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Export event

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Bringing the Legend Alive through Inter-thinking, Talk and Embodiment

Athens, 24/11/2018

Patrice Baldwin, Education Consultant, past President of IDEA, Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, UK

Workshop 2,5 hours
Part of the 2018 ATHENS GREECE INTERNATIONAL THEATRE/DRAMA & EDUCATION CONFERENCE
organised by the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr) 

Language: English

This workshop will use a Greek Legend of as its main stimulus.  Throughout, participants will gain greater awareness of the way that different drama strategies, specifically require participants to engage in and develop different types of thinking and inter-thinking, as well as different types of talk (for different purposes and audiences).  Reference will be made to the way that the various drama strategies used, can also be selected to support and prepare children as ‘thinkers and talkers’, before becoming ‘writers’ both within and following the drama experience.  Working collaboratively through the medium of Drama, participants will explore and co-create known and possible narratives and dialogue.  Working in and out of role, participants will contribute to, question and reflect upon various characters and their actions, as well as create and explore imagined settings.  Stimuli used will include text, paintings, vases, statues, sound and music and the techniques and approaches used in the workshop, can also be used with other stories and text types.

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Patrice Baldwin was a Primary Headteacher, Local Government Arts Education and Cultural and Creative Learning Adviser and Head of Norfolk Music Service.  She was a School Improvement Adviser and Inspector and was employed by the government, as a national curriculum Drama Editorial Expert. She has lectured at universities worldwide and in 2014, became a Cultural Leader for Brock University, Canada.  For 10+ years, she was Chair of National Drama (UK) and from 2010-13, simultaneously President of the International Drama, Theatre and Education Association (IDEA) and Board Member of the World Alliance for Arts Education (WAAE).  Patrice published The Drama Book (Collins Educational) with Lesley Hendy, Teaching Literacy Through Drama (Falmer /Routledge) with Kate Fleming, The Primary Drama Handbook(Sage), With Drama in Mind, School Improvement Through Drama, Inspiring Writing Through Drama (Bloomsbury) with Rob John. She has also been a BBC Education Scriptwriter and Series Consultant for radio and more recently television.  
 

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