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Adriana Dervishaj


‘Drama is creating meaning and visible mental models of our understanding together, in imaginative contexts and situations. It is not about performance, but exploration. And the teacher in drama becomes a learner among learners, a participant, and a guide, who lends expertise to the students’. So writes Jeffrey Wilhelm in the introduction to Imagining to Learn: Inquiry, Ethics, and Integration through Drama, a fascinating and enthusiastic book coauthored with Brian Edmiston. In this book they present their experiences as teachers, their analyses, and their research in an attempt to make drama an attractive and realistic methodology for teachers. The goal is to make drama a more integral part of teaching and learning in classrooms at all levels of education.

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