Making Sense of Drama

Making Sense of Drama, Jonothan Neelands, 1984. Making Sense of Drama was Jonothan Neelands was one of the first books I read at university. This was the first book I read on the subject of teaching drama, or using drama in the classroom. My thoughts on Drama in the classroom at this point were really dominated by my own experiences as a student. First at … Continue reading Making Sense of Drama

Latest Interview with Drama Teacher Catherine Nash

Here is the third interview of my monthly feature; interviews with Drama Teachers who work at the coalface of the Drama Studio. This time it is with Kate Nash. Kate teachers Drama to 11 to 18 years olds in a private school in Bath, she is on the executive committee for National Drama and a keen advocate for the Arts. You can follow Kate on Twitter @KateMrsnash Continue reading Latest Interview with Drama Teacher Catherine Nash

Latest Interview with Drama Teacher Jenny Cameron

Here is the second interview of my new monthly feature; interviews with Drama Teachers who work tirelessly, hard and in their Drama Studio. This time it is with Jenny Camerson who is both a Head of Performing Arts and a Drama SL based in Cheltenham. KRB: How long have you been teaching? JC: Since 1997 – I started out in Warwickshire teaching mostly English with … Continue reading Latest Interview with Drama Teacher Jenny Cameron

Music and Drama Education Expo 2016

My interview with MTDES

Here is an interview I did with the Musical Theatre and Drama Education Show in 2016. I spoke at the conference on the use of Flipped Learning in creative subjects, especially with Drama and Music. It was a fantastic conference, full of energy, excitement and great ideas. What’s your background and experience in drama teaching? I’ve always wanted to be a drama teacher – ever … Continue reading My interview with MTDES