IV Festival Mater Terra and Symposium PUSH
The Festival Mater Terra (lat. Mother Earth) opens a space for encounter and presentation of drama groups, with the possibility for expert advice for all the teachers, artists and drama teachers who believe, just like we do, that drama education and theatre itself can influence positive personal development, and the development of our society and the world we live in.
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Since life is changing very quickly nowadays, sometimes we feel lost into new ways of communication, exchanging information. Unfortunately, new technologies bring not only benefits, but new kinds of threats and challenges as well.
Here we tried to explain what “cyberbullying ” is in simple words and in a way that teenagers see this phenomena today.
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Evan Placey’s Girls Like That is an ensemble play exploring the pressures on young people today in the wake of advancing technology. In the UK it was specially commissioned by Birmingham Repertory Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Theatre Royal Plymouth.
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NYKE is a group of enthusiasts dedicated their lives to theatre and drama in education (TIE and DIE).
The NYKE teams includes 12 actor-drama teachers: seven of them are active in formal or non-formal education institutions/organizations, three of them are professional actors and the other two are studying theatre.
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The beginning is always the hardest part. Imagine you just found out your friend/child/student is bullying at school. What to do? How to deal with bullies, who for some reason choose to be agressive, bystanders, who for some reason choose to keep silence, with bullyied one, who`s world might be a living hell, though he or she does not say a word of complaint?
Theatre in education and drama methodology offer a possible way out.
What is it?
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Nowadays bullying is a problem society has to face.
It is hard. It is painful. It is necessary.
Four organizations from Hungary, Cyprus, Serbia and Romania joing together to use methodologies of working with theatre and drama to educate students about bullying.
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