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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... at the time, but also allowed the audience to make connections with the present.One theme in particular runs through this section of Wooster’s study that I’d like to pick up and reflect on. That is, the polarization...

The Aesthetics of TIE

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...I have found it necessary at this point to meet head-on the prejudice that often is laid at the door of TIE that the pedagogy overwhelms the aesthetics. This chapter argues that TIE has its own highly complex aesthetic, which involves high...

The Education Debate and the Era of ERA

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...I have argued that TIE was born out of an expectation of social reform, an implicit trust in progressive education ideas and the hope for prosperity after fifty years of thwarted aspirations. In disentangling these roots, we can see...

Afterword

Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... meanings.There is, however, one crucial element missing. Throughout the book, Wooster repeatedly quotes Freire. He also underlines a central tenet of TIE: to teach young people how to think, not tell them what to think. This connects directly...

Adapting to Survive

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...In order to survive after ERA TIE had to adapt. In this chapter I consider some more questionable shoots of TIE methodology. Since the 1990s there has been a plethora of programmes offering to deal with social and health issues which...

Introduction

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...The 1988 Education Reform Act (ERA) and the National Curriculum for schools that it ushered in brought about the most significant changes to education since the end of the Second World War, more important even than the Tripartite System...

Some Survivors

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...As indicated in Chapter Eleven, there have been some survivors of the changing nature of education and arts policy, though this survival is often fragile. The city of Leeds has become a centre for TIE work with a range of companies from...

Afterword

Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... and Geoff Gillham in particular, in encouraging companies to develop concept-based work that allowed pupils to grasp the essence of issues rather than just the appearance. Wooster is, I think,...

Case Study: Careless Talk

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...This chapter is devoted to a description and analysis of a Theatr Powys TIE programme from 1986, which represents a highpoint of participatory work. In it I take the reader through the daylong programme indicating where various techniques...

Some Contemporary International TIE Programmes

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...A brief selection of countries and companies is considered in this chapter in order to identify the legacy of British TIE. The work of CAT in New York is briefly described, in particular the projects of Helen Wheelock who feels restrained...