This document by the Kennedy Centre looks at the habits of effective arts education advocates and provides valuable advice about networking and advocacy for arts educators. A comprehensive and useful tool which can easily be adapted to the South African …
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A series of webinars in different aspects of the response to COVID: facilitating workshops online; making collaborating and rehearsing work digitally; works in leadership adaptation – how to lead during COVID; digital adaptation – how to “go digital”; arts practice …
Disney has produced education packs based on some of their most popular productions such as The Lion King, Aladdin, Frozen, Mary Poppins, and more. These resources are great for primary school learners and include worksheets, videos, and podcasts.
This USA-based study explores the impact of Theater for Young Audiences on a child, providing concrete data to support what has been demonstrated anecdotally through the experiences of audiences at theatres for young audiences for decades.
Oral storytelling can improve children’s language fluency and help them grasp new concepts that underpin literacy and literature. Join us on Facebook Live as professional storytellers share their stories aimed at children age 4-8. Play Africa is a non-profit children’s …
Getrude takes us to Zimbabwe with her hilarious story “Taku the Caterpillar” who is fed up of being green but finally changes to be a beautiful butterfly.
Thando Mkhoyi brings an exciting adventure of “The Boerewors Man in a very creative way.
Two enermies become friends as they help each other in Mfundo’s exciting story ” The lion and the mouse”
Sizwe Vilakazi takes us through his version of the well known story “Tselane and the giant”
Oluwaseun “Auntie Shine Shine” Odukoya from Nigeria gives you a smile with her beautifully told story “Omode Meta Nsere – Three children at play”