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Saturday, January 25 • 14:30 - 15:30
Making Thinking Visible in the Drama Classroom

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In this workshop we will look at different Thinking Routines developed by Project Zero (Harvard's School of Education) and how they can help us make thinking visible in the Drama classroom. We will practically explore a wide range of Thinking Routines and discuss when and how they can be used in the Drama classroom. Participants will be engaged in trying out the routines and on planning ahead on how they can be implemented in their classes.

Outcomes:
Participants will leave knowing a wide range of Thinking Routines and clear examples of how they can be used in a Drama Classroom to promote and develop student's thinking, making it visible, and developing a culture of thinking in the classroom.

Speakers
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Isabel de Moraes Rodrigues

Teacher, Bavarian International School
I am a Secondary MYP Drama/ DP Theatre Teacher, as well as the MYP 1-3 Service as Action Coordinator.


Saturday January 25, 2020 14:30 - 15:30 CET
Asia 2

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