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12 October

12 October

Australian Theatre for Young People


Our Head of Learning Jacqui Cowell and Professor Robyn Ewing AM spoke to The Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA) about the role quality arts experiences and processes can play in creative pedagogy and transforming the curriculum. They will be presenting a session at the PETAA conference, titled Making authentic connections in literacy and history through drama inclusive classroom strategies, and discussing how our unique platform, ATYP On Demand Plus it has been designed specially for classroom teachers. It will help participants to discover how drama-rich pedagogy can engage and empower learners in English, history and literacy.

Read their interview here and register to attend the conference on this week. www.petaa.edu.au/w/Blog/Latest_blog/cowell_ewing_spotlight.aspx Professor Robyn Ewing AM and Jacqui Cowell discuss the drama-rich pedagogies that underpin their session at PETAAs upcoming conference.

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