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E-learning in Drama

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e-learning in Drama Resource Sheet


Drama & ICT Resources

DEISL - Drama Education in Second Life
DEISL - Drama Education in Second Life
Facebook User Group
A gathering point for Drama Educators who can see some benefits in acknowledging that their work happens within a postmodern technological culture - Second Life is just one context for these explorations - the groups title could just as easily be CyberDrama, eDrama, DramaTech... but DEISL captures something industrial as well!


ICT and Drama
A PowerPoint presentation looking at the provision of Drama at Summer Fields. The school advocates that each boy should be given an opportunity to experience the dramatic arts whilst at the school.
The presentation will highlight several ways in which the boys can perform at varying levels within the dramatic life of a school. The presentation also shows how varied drama can be in a prep school from musical performance to straight acting, from free expression to structured performance


Using Digital Cameras in Drama
Using Digital Cameras in Drama
Students are asked to use a digital camera to record moments in a drama, freeze frames etc. Images are immediatley printed and students asked to write an evaluation of the piece, describing their intentions, the extent to which these are reflected in the image and ways of improving or developing the moment or frame.


Drama in Education and ICT
Drama in Education and ICT
How are Drama teachers using ICT? Some ideas to get started with ICT & Drama can be found on Drama in Education website. It has ideas, lesson plans and resources.


The Internet for Performing Arts
The Internet for Performing Arts : Free Online Tutorial
Welcome to the RDN Virtual Training Suite - a set of free online tutorials designed to help students, lecturers and researchers improve their Internet information literacy and IT skills.
Work in your own time at your own pace - no one is monitoring you! There are quizzes and interactive exercises to lighten the learning experience.


Drama Map
Drama Map
This interactive online application best suits secondary students in literary study.
Students can map out the key elements of character, setting, conflict, and resolution (shown at left) for a variety purposes and activities associated with works of drama.
The interactive includes a set of graphic organizers which can facilitate postreading as well as prewriting activities that best suit your curriculum. After completing individual sections or the entire organizer, students have the ability to print out their final versions for feedback and assessment.


Developed by Immersive Education with research support from NESTA Futurelab, MediaStage is a fully immersive 3D production studio that puts control of scenery, props, actors, cameras and lights into the hands of learners. MediaStage has now been released as a commercial product.
For more details see www.immersiveeducation.com, or read here about the research findings that have underpinned the development of the project.


Drama and ICT
Drama and ICT
Why ICT? ICT is often seen as a tool to aid communication, but it can also be very creative and exciting. It is this aspect of ICT that complements the teaching and learning of drama.
For many teachers, restricted by the National Curriculum and assessments, it is difficult to build in recognition of pupils?creative ICT skills. In the teaching and learning of drama, where there is no National Curriculum, teachers and pupils have the opportunity to experiment. They can discover not only how ICT can contribute to the teaching of drama, but also how pupils?existing ICT skills can contribute to their understanding and achievement in drama.


Youtube channels to direct Drama students to:

Vancouver Poetry Slam: Watch (and listen to!) some of Vancouver’s best slam poets as they share their writing and performing talents with the world at large.

Stratford Shakespeare Festival: The event itself may only come once a year, but the channel offers 24/7 lessons on Shakespearean plays and performances.

Michelle Phan: Drama teachers need to push their makeup crews towards Michelle Phan, whose boundless artistry serves as a great source of design inspiration.

Craft: Encourage creativity and productivity amongst students by using these how-to guides as starting points.

Dance Channel TV: As one can easily ascertain from the name, Dance Channel TV celebrates all styles and all movements.

Royal Opera House: Take in music, singing, dancing and art without having to travel all the way to Covent Garden! Full operas are not available here, of course, but the interviews do provide some excellent supplementary materials.

Longtimers: The Life in the Arts Series, specifically tailored to meet the California State Art Curriculum Framework statutes, covers almost every facet of human creativity and expression.

Words of the World: Punch up semantics and linguistics lessons with some intriguing glimpse into the very nature of spoken and written words.

USC Cinematic Arts: Explore the latest in film, television and multimedia production trends with the students and faculty at University of Southern California.

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities: Even those living outside of DC can still benefit from this organization’s efforts to promote the arts and humanities in a math and science-oriented world.

Steppenwolf Theatre Company: The legendary Chicago theatre company keeps fans updated on their current shows and provides drama teachers tools to illustrate the art of stagecraft. 

Walker Art Center: Explore arts of all kinds via walkthroughs and interviews with some of the world’s most creative minds.

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