Spring 2020 - EDUC 852 G002
Inquiry, Creativity and Community: Drama in Education (5)
Class Number: 9149
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
Tu 4:30 PM – 9:20 PM
EDB 7610, Burnaby
This course involves an exploration of basic issues and questions which underlie the nature and provision of drama education in the schools. It includes a critical examination of the claims made in the theoretical literature regarding the nature and aims of drama education and an exploration of the implications for drama education curriculum and pedagogy. Equivalent Courses: EDUC721
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