Improvisational Pedagogy

Dailey, Sheron J.; Logan, Christie
January 1998
Future of Performance Studies: Visions & Revisions;1998, p181
The article presents the author's views on the scope of improvisation in education curricula using performance practices in classrooms. The author states that traditional instructional formats are inadequate to offer participatory instructional methods called embodied practice methodology. According to the author, a performance classroom is the most radical space of possibility in education.


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