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

We, the ‘Free Besieged’: Theatre Pedagogy in teaching poems

We, the ‘Free Besieged’: Theatre Pedagogy in teaching poems

Athens, 25/11/2018, Workshop, Simos Papadopoulos

Event date: 11/25/2018 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Export event

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We, the ‘Free Besieged’: Theatre Pedagogy in teaching poems

Athens, 25/11/2018

Simos Papadopoulos, assistant professor, Department of Primary Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

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: Greek

Teaching Literature, in particular poems, at school using drama techniques, is still an unknown practice to a lot of teachers, despite its theoretical foundation and its scientific consolidation in the Pedagogical and Didactics Science field for decades. With conviction arising from the relevant bibliography as well as the long research experience which I have gained from the application of these methods during the metacquisition and interpretation of literature texts for audiences of all ages, I believe that the meeting of Literature with Theatre Pedagogy works primarily educationally, multiplying the benefits of teaching Poems, thanks to students' representational, experiential engagement.These views are going to be highlighted in the experiential workshop entitled: We, "the Free Besieged": Theatre Pedagogy in teaching Poems, which is going to use elements of the drama-pedagogical method of inquiry drama, underpinned by appropriate drama techniques, in order to reinforce participants' poetic experience in the environment of the team's drama animation.The workshop aims at sensitizing and instructing participants, so that they reflect and comprehend, through drama- scenic action, the high philosophical notions as well as the ethical and spiritual values which are shown in the poem Free Besieged by DionysiosSolomos and be able to develop the acquired experience in students' audiences in formal, non-formal and informal education


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Dr. Simos Papadopoulos graduated from the department of Primary Education and earned a Ph.D from the Faculty of Philosophy, both at the University of Athens. His Ph.D thesis has the title: “The Use of Drama and its Implications in Teaching in the Course of Language in Primary School”. Currently, he is Assistant Professor of Theatre Pedagogy at the department of Primary Education of the Democritus University of Thrace and drama animator. His work focuses on drama and pedagogic research and writing. He has published his work in journals and collective volumes, edited academic books, attended national and international scientific conferences, as instructor or presenter and has participated in research programs and committees. Two of his most noteworthy studies are: “Drama Language: Using Inquiry Drama on Language Teaching” (Kedros Editions, 2007) and “Theatre Pedagogy” (2010). He is particularly interested in theatre pedagogy, drama teaching, drama text analysis, theatre for young people, Brecht’s and Chekhov’s plays etc.

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