Useful drama websites

15th November 2002 at 00:00
Ideas for teaching drama

Some practical ideas, but probably not to everyone's taste.

www.dramateachers.co.uk

Virtual drama studio

Covers work from the 11- 18 range. Some ideas are complex, all are thought provoking.

www.thevirtualdramastudio.co.uk

QCA

This is the bureaucracy of drama teaching.

www.qca.org.ukcasubjectsenglishnewsletter.asp

eDrama

Can you teach Drama across the internet? Look at this with an open mind. www.hi8us.co.uk

The Standards Site, part of DfES site

www.standards.dfes.gov.ukother-resourcespublicationsparliamentcurricular english

Drama in relation to English

Digital video

Becta has stimulated a great deal of digital video work. Reflections on that are available here. www.becta.org.ukteachingdvpilot

Teaching and Learning using Digital Video

This CD-Rom has a great deal of useful information including software reviews. There are also case studies. If you are about to start this is invaluable. It is available from Becta. www.becta.org.uk

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