In these strange and unusual times we are being asked to teach, or at least provide, lessons remotely. Such a task comes with complex issues about how to get your work to students, how to communicate with them and how to provide feedback to them. As I have the time to do so, I thought I’d write an article on how we can approach teaching remotely. Continue reading Teaching Drama Remotely
Use metacognition and self monitoring to help drive progress in Drama. Continue reading Encouraging self monitored learning in Drama
For a long time, drama games and warm ups have been a staple of Drama. But can they justify their existence in the face of evidence supporting knowledge rich curriculum. I think metacognition can help us find a place for them in modern Drama Curriculum. Continue reading Drama Games and Metacognition
This year it has been 12 years of blogging on Burt’s Drama.I find it interesting to look back at those 12 years of blogging and see how things have changed. So here are 12 posts, one from each of year, that highlight how things have changed. Continue reading 12 Years of Burt’s Drama
Feedback should not just be about the grade. We need to find a way of stopping students obsessing about the grade and help them to focus on their feedback instead. But how? Continue reading To grade or not to grade?
I’m going to start 2020 with an exciting announcement. I’m going to be presenting at the Music and Drama Education Expo again and I’m super excited to be going back. Continue reading Happy New Year