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Students need to know how to think on their feet in the 21st century; collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. It's happening in drama classrooms now.

Students need to know how to think on their feet in the 21st century; collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. It's happening in drama classrooms now.

Communication might be the most important 21st century skill students can learn in the drama classroom. Learn more about how your students can practice the art of communication! #teaching

Communication might be the most important 21st century skill students can learn in the drama classroom. Learn more about how your students can practice the art of communication! #teaching

Students need to know how to think on their feet in the 21st century; collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. It's happening in drama classrooms now.

Students need to know how to think on their feet in the 21st century; collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. It's happening in drama classrooms now.

Critical Thinking is a buzzword. It’s one of the keystone 21st century skills. How do we incorporate critical thinking into the drama classroom? #teaching #theatre

Critical Thinking is a buzzword. It’s one of the keystone 21st century skills. How do we incorporate critical thinking into the drama classroom? #teaching #theatre

Need acting exercises for your drama classroom? Here are 5 of Theatrefolk’s most popular exercises to help inspire student actors, from monologues to ensembles. 1.“Channel That Fear” Fear is such a wonderful motivator for characters and it has both positive and negative connotations. Download the Character Fear list at the bottom of this post, to …

Need acting exercises for your drama classroom? Here are 5 of Theatrefolk’s most popular exercises to help inspire student actors, from monologues to ensembles. 1.“Channel That Fear” Fear is such a wonderful motivator for characters and it has both positive and negative connotations. Download the Character Fear list at the bottom of this post, to …

Tongue twisters are a fantastic tool to use in drama classes and rehearsals. They help students to warm up their voices, improve diction and enunciation, and get their brains moving!

Tongue twisters are a fantastic tool to use in drama classes and rehearsals. They help students to warm up their voices, improve diction and enunciation, and get their brains moving!

In order to get the most out of your students, it’s important not to dive head first into a devising project. Introduce the experience in exercise form.

In order to get the most out of your students, it’s important not to dive head first into a devising project. Introduce the experience in exercise form.

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