ArtescommunityART AS A VEHICLE FOR EDUCATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION

  1. Krzesła-Charaktery

    Ścieżka - oprócz szczegółowego opisu działań warsztatowych - zawiera również filmową relację z przebiegu zajęć prowadzonych przez Marię Schejbal w organizacji Clarecare w Ennis (Irlandia). Zajęcia zostały zorganizowane w ramach promocji projektu „ARTES”.
  2. THEATRE – Theatre as Empowerment Methodology for Vocational Training

    The THEATRE project aims to transfer innovative learning approach, based on theatrical experience to motivate young people at risk of drop out in vocational training (VET). The methodological approach has been developed by the applicant organization, Centro Studi Opera Don Calabria from Ferrara. The methodology was found to be helpful in creating stimulating, motivational and enriching experiences for both teachers and their students mainly because it is primarily used as a tool for personal growth. The transfer of this approach is realized through comparison between the good practice and other partners' territorial approaches.
  3. FOTEL: combating Early School Leaving by Forum Theatre

    This Learning Path contains a lot of exercises of drama and Forum Theatre, used during the project in different countries, among diverse groups of disadvantaged youngsters but for the same aim: to understand better the factors why the students leave the school before finishing it and to try to find common solutions, empowering the youngsters in risk.
  4. ALICE _ A Learning path for an Intergenerational Creative Experience

    Creative languages such as music, storytelling, digital narrations or games, literature, cooking can facilitate communication between adults or elder people and the young, in the informal setting and atmosphere of a shared activity. The LLP-GRUNDTVIG Multilateral project “ALICE _ Adults Learning for Intergenerational Creative Experiences” (2011-2013) provided – through piloting...
  5. THEATRE OF OBJECTS AND STORIES

    The working process described below is based on 2 two-day workshop sessions implemented by Grodzki Theatre in Ireland on 22-25 November 2014 at the invitation of two organizations: ALâ - Adult Participatory Theatre, Arts and Education (Galway) and Clarecare (Ennis). The main aim of the training was to explore different use of objects in theatrical activities for approaching difficult social problems. The techniques which proved to be the most effective and appreciated by participants are presented in the form of four modules, containing detailed descriptions of several exercises and activities, also illustrated with photos and short films. Both workshops were designed and led by Maria Schejbal and documented by Krzysztof Tusiewicz.
  6. VIDEOforALL – Digital Video as a Basic Tool for Language Learning

    VIDEOforALL – Digital Video as a Basic Tool for Language Learning KA2 Multilateral project  (2013-2015) Today is the video age, with many possibilities for integrating into learning. This is particularly relevant to language learning that is a multisensory process and video media has the potential to foster the communicative learning...
  7. Languages from the Cradle

    Lingua 1  -Socrates Programme European Union (2006-2008) Languages from the Cradle is a unique project designed for children aged 0-6 who, thanks to the project products, could listen and play with lullabies of 7 different European languages, with the help of their parents or carers. A  rich emotional and linguistic...
  8. Music 4 Rom

    Music4Rom Music for Rom is a project that brings music at the core of a methodology and innovative education practices intended to develop language and culture learning for Roma and non Roma teenagers. Based on the intervention of both Roma and non Roma professional musicians and pedagogues, the project has...
  9. PopuLLar – Motivating Secondary School Students to Learn Languages through Relevant Media

    PopuLLar –  Motivating Secondary School Students to Learn Languages through Relevant Media Comenius Multilateral project  (2011-2014) PopuLLar is a European Union innovative, education project designed to harness music, the primary social interest of secondary school students, into their language learning. There is a huge need to motivate secondary school students,...
  10. Play to change! theatre training for youthworkers

    PLAY TO CHANGE! was an international training for youth workers held in Budapest, summer of 2012, financed by the Youth in Action Program of the European Union. At this international youth meeting on the theme of social inclusion in urban environment, cultural diversity, active participation and mutual learning were core values. The project took place in Budapest and aimed to give specific tools for the participants to develop their inclusion work in cities.
  11. The Imaginary Friend

    My alter ego Ski tends to show up when I feel disconnected and not having any reason to speak. Do forgive the low quality video. The background could have been a blank wall but all the walls in my house are either taken or I've painted on them. :) Mime as therapy is not used in India. I am trying to reach out to others who might understand the context and comfort in which the process of mime automatically allows one to dwell into a realm that is otherwise perceived to be 'crazy'. If I did not have the make up/costume on without the music I would have easily been passed off as someone crazy. The fact that this act comes with tools to enhance it automatically classifies it as a piece of art and not madness.
  12. ARTinED: Art in education

    ARTinED: a new approach to education using the arts has designed an innovative methodology to add creativity in to primary schools through the arts and bring creativity through artistic expression in to every curricular subject. The arts play a fundamental role to support a student’s creative abilities, self-expression and learning abilities. They are a necessary tool especially when not thought as separate subjects but integrated throughout the curriculum. For example, dance, music, drama, creative writing and poetry, visual arts used into the teaching of maths, science, and languages at primary education level
  13. Stations – understanding aspects of migration through Forum Theater

    INTRODUCTION The forum theater play, the Stations was born from a 3-month- long creation process as part of an international, 2 –year-long project. The project addressed social isolation, starting from the participants’ personal experiences. The creative process reflected on different levels, aspects of social isolation such as the emotional circumstances...
  14. Education through Rehabilitative Art-photo

    Art photography helps people with special challenges, people with difficulties or people who are experiencing considerable discomfort to express themselves creatively, and in turn develop greater autonomy, discover hidden abilities, develop positive life attitudes, and enable relationships with others. The hypothesis is that while expressions in words, moods or thoughts...