SDEA Theatre Arts Conference 2021
IDEA Europe regional network - annual meeting online!
Friday 23 October
1) 1-minute-presentation of person/member/Main news
2) Presentations of ideas/plans/concepts for European funded international projects and looking for partners to talk with in the second meeting
3) How can we promote drama/theatre as a school subject on a european level?
Short report about the studies (Katerina, Betty).
4) Impact of Seoul Agenda and Frankfurt declaration in our countries. Political cooperation with ISME and InSEA-members in different european countries (plans, existing activities, needs). News from EAAE.
5) Information about IDEA-GCM and requests for discussion in IEM beforehand.
6) Planning the second meeting: Topics, small work groups.
Saturday, 24 October
14 -17 (2.00 PM - 5.00 PM)
1) Small work groups:
- A. Theatre education online / ideas, experiences, concepts, exchange, platforms.......
- B. Group(s) planning common EU-projects
- C. Collecting ideas/requests for an "IE-action-list"
- D. Other groups?
2) Short reports from the groups, motions etc.
3) IEM contribution to Young IDEA (Aine)
4) Our European view on IDEA-GCM-topics, elections, more regional structures in IDEA, etc..
5) Cocos for 2021
6) New action-list
Looking beyond the Flood
Big Drama and Theatre Education Debate: Getting our act togetherJuly 15 2020
Robin Pascoe, President IDEA International Drama/Theatre and Education Association, Honorary Fellow, Murdoch University.
The Drama and Theatre Education Alliance represents a network of leading association to:
This group include: Action for Children’s Arts, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, London Drama, London Theatre Consortium, National Drama, NST (Nuffield Southampton Theatres), SCUDD (The Standing Conference of University Drama Departments), Theatre Education Forum, Theatre Workout; and are supported by others
Call for Expressions of Interest for IDEA 2020, July 5 - 9,
Please download the document below to access forms to submit expressions of interest: paper or workshop proposals. Thank you!
A collection of resources for teachers who may be teaching in a time of Coronavirus COVID-19
Schools may be closed. Teacher education and professional learning opportunities maybe moved on-line. Circumstances may be out of our collective immediate control. But the work of teaching and learning does not cease. Our need to adapt and improvise is one of our strengths as drama educators.
Sometimes we just need to know where to start.
I have been collecting some links and pointers to share that journey.
You will find it here