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Urban playmaking : constructivist teaching with a radical agenda / Bethany Nelson.

Av: Nelson, Bethany [aut]Language: English Publisher: Abingdon ; New York : Routledge, 2021Beskrivning: xii, 182 sidor illustrationerInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9780367559267Ämne(n): Teaterutbildning | Teater | TeaterproduktionDDK-klassifikation: 792.071 SAB-klssifikation: Eabik
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Foreword / by Jonothan Neelands – 1. Introduction – 2. Methodology – 3. “On the Shoulders of Giants” – 4. “Working on Wings to Fly” – 5. “Childhood is Fun” – 6. Conclusion – 7. Epilogue
Anmärkning bestånd: B33.970 Libris-ID: 9qv1mkkp7v6npjd7Summary: "This book explores the concept of playmaking and activism through three research projects in which culturally and linguistically diverse high school students and young adults created original theatre around the issues that inform their lives and constrain their futures. Each study discussed by the author is considered through the lens of one or more best practices. The outcomes of the playmaking experiences, communicated through detailed ethnographic data and the voices of student participants, make a strong case for using what we already know about teaching to positively impact gross inequities of outcome for culturally and linguistically diverse students." -- Utgivarens hemsida.
List(s) this item appears in: Teaterlitteratur vintern 2022
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Foreword / by Jonothan Neelands – 1. Introduction – 2. Methodology – 3. “On the Shoulders of Giants” – 4. “Working on Wings to Fly” – 5. “Childhood is Fun” – 6. Conclusion – 7. Epilogue

"This book explores the concept of playmaking and activism through three research projects in which culturally and linguistically diverse high school students and young adults created original theatre around the issues that inform their lives and constrain their futures. Each study discussed by the author is considered through the lens of one or more best practices. The outcomes of the playmaking experiences, communicated through detailed ethnographic data and the voices of student participants, make a strong case for using what we already know about teaching to positively impact gross inequities of outcome for culturally and linguistically diverse students." -- Utgivarens hemsida.

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