TheatrEtc’s new educational intervention is a process that engages 13-15 year olds with elements of applied drama, performance and technology – using projection and the new app CYBER that is designed to assimilate social media use by teenagers specifically to engage them in discussion around the issue of cyber bullying.
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TheatrEtc has a pool of trainers all over Cyprus, including Turkish-speaking trainers/facilitators for projects that are implemented across the divide and have more bi-communal/multi-communal character.
The team is using elements of TiE and DiE in most of its initiatives since both techniques belong to the greater spectrum of Applied 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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