European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences, The

Articles from Vol. 14, No. 3, August

Drama Education in Croatia Today - an Experience Based Story
1. Starting pointSocial, educational and therapeutic potentials and benefits of drama and theatre activities especially in working with children and young people become widely recognized in Croatia during and immediately after the last wars in the region....
Drama in Child Rights Education - Developing a Pedagogical Model
1. IntroductionIn introducing the Global Education First (GEF) initiative in 2012, the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon portrayed the necessary changes in the goals and methods of education for preparing students to face the future challenges of the...
Editors' Message
http://dx.doi.org/10.15405/ejsbs.170In this Special Volume of EJSBS you can find six peer reviewed papers in the field of drama education. Some of them were presented at Iceepsy 2014 (Cyprus) and some at NOFA 2015 (Helsinki), but also articles which...
Evaluating Students' Agency and Development of Ownership in a Collaborative Playmaking Project
1. IntroductionDevelopment of students' agency has been one of the central themes in educational research. In traditional schooling contradictions between students' agency and teacher's need to control have seemed to be unsolvable as the teacher needs...
Fiction in Drama Education Offers Learning Opportunities for All - Philosophical Perspectives in Drama Education
1. Understanding fictionThe purpose of this research is twofold. Firstly I aim to show that my philosophical theory on understanding fiction (Nyberg 2015) has practical implications. Secondly I am searching a method for educational purposes that takes...
The Postdramatic Turn - Recasting the Dramatic Curriculum
1. PrologueThis article presents a new educational design for the subject drama pedagogy in light of the paradigm shift in contemporary theatre towards a postdramatic theatre (Lehmann, 2006). Going out from a historical perspective a basic concept of...
Use of Drama Techniques among Teachers and Pupils' Satisfaction with Extracurricular Activities in Croatia
1. IntroductionSuccessful teachers' role in satisfying educational goals implies, among other things, positive emotional environment. "The most important predictors of students' satisfaction with school are students' feelings that they are treated fairly,...
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