How do you adapt your practical drama lessons into a classroom environment? The goal is not to reinvent the wheel but to adapt what you have already got to fit the purpose of where you are. Here are six stress free ways you can teach what you taught before but in a classroom. Continue reading Tips for teaching drama in a classroom
Giving learners the opportunity to be able to reflect on their progress and their needs can be an immensely powerful tool in learning. Learn how to improve how you and your students use feedback to improve their work over three steps. Continue reading Make student self assessment work in Drama.
Use metacognition and self monitoring to help drive progress in Drama. Continue reading Encouraging self monitored learning in 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?
All students in your classroom need to have their thinking stretched. For many students, that level of stretch and challenge comes from your normal lesson content and quality first teaching. But, there is a group of students in every school and classroom who need extra to achieve their potential. The stretch and challenge of the main lesson content may well not be enough for them. … Continue reading 5 ways to Stretch and Challenge more able students in Drama
If homework has a clear and meaningful purpose to both the student and the course, then it has the potential to make a valid contribution to the students learning. Continue reading Creating effective, efficient and engaging Homework for Key Stage 3 Drama