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Drama South Australia: Country Vision
May 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree – $45
The aim of the workshop is to provide educators with practical lesson ideas they can easily incorporate into their own classroom practice.
Presenters: Valerie Harold and Kelly Roe Hunter
‘Country Vision’ is a hands-on workshop leading delegates through a variety of activities utilising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander methodologies, demonstrating that through the use of Drama as a pedagogy, we can enable children to gain a deeper understanding of First Nations everyday practices and broaden their cultural understandings.
Kelly Roe-Hunter, a Tiwi, Iwadja Kaytetye from the Northern Territory brings Tiwi, Iwadja Katetye traditional ideas that she and Valerie incorporate into a process Drama session that can be adapted as a one-off lesson, or a series of lessons for Early Childhood to High School students.
The aim of the workshop is to provide educators with practical lesson ideas that can be easily incorporated into their own classroom practice.
- Member – $25.00 (Quote your DSA member number in your registration)
- Non-Member – $45.00
- Undergraduate Student – FREE (Quote your Student ID number and use your university e-mail address)
- Member Live-Stream – $12.50 (Quote your DSA member number in your registration)
- Non-Member Live-Stream – $22.50
- Undergraduate Student Live-Stream – FREE (Quote your Student ID number and use your university e-mail address)
Registrations close on Monday 3 May at 5pm.