A Sense of Wonder: A Short Introduction to Drama in Education
Incorporates much of what the author learned over 30 years of teaching drama to young people. The book is aimed at drama teachers, care workers, youth arts workers and others who want to learn how drama can be used to facilitate better self-awareness and self-expression by students. Ted O'Regan was one of Ireland's foremost drama teachers whose focus was primarily on children and young adults.
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