Unity through Diversity - Workshops & Resources

Unity through Diversity – Celebrating & Exploring Inclusivity via Drama Education is a focus of our professional learning program through 2018 - 2020.

‘Unity through Diversity’ is a series of professional learning opportunities and resources providing support to specialist Drama and generalist teachers to explore the Drama component of the Victorian Curriculum from Foundation to Year 10. The purpose of the program is to create safe spaces for a diverse range of students to feel they are valuable members of their community, promoting acceptance and understanding through dramatic exploration.

Drama Victoria is able to provide these workshops and resources thanks to the support of the Strategic Partnerships Program, Victorian State Government Department of Education and Training. 

 

 

 

Unity through Diversity Workshops

  • Primary Drama Ignites Cross-Curriculum Piorities 

  • Neurodiversity in the Drama Classroom

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander's Histories and Cultures Unit Design

  • Recovering, Rebuilding, Reimagining: Arts Informed Practice in Classrooms during the Bushfires

  • Remote Teaching: A Conversation with Drama Victoria

  • VCE Drama: A Conversation with Drama Victoria: Remote Drama Teaching: Tip, Tricks & Tasters

  • A Conversation with Drama Victoria: COVID-19 Safe Practice Ideas for Putting on a School Production

  • Puppets, and their Potential in the Classroom

  • The Power of Perspective – Harnessing Creativity in Children to Build Resilience and Empathy

  • Invested Performances, Sensitive Students:  Negotiating VCE Requirements and ‘Duty of Care’

  • Masks and Education within an Australian Context

  • Capturing the Kaleidoscope: Creatively Understanding a Supercomplex World

  • Theatre Without Words

  • Teaching Diversity (in a non-diverse space)

  • In This Together: Reconciliation through Drama education

  • Teaching First Nations Content and Concepts in the Drama Classroom: Reflections on a Continuing Journey

  • Bukjeh

  • The Dramaturgy of COVID 19 Drama

Resources

Dr. Dave Kelman shares his experiences and approaches from his work with CaLD students and artists, helping you explore cultural diversity within your classroom. This talk examines the complexity and sensitivity of this practice and how it can enable you to create drama that reflects the diversity of Australian Society.