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An alternative approach in teaching preschool: Drama and its effect on teachers

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We all have heard of the notion ‘Every child has the right to education’(UNESCO, 2010) which became the catalyst driving this project for inclusion. It starts with the view that students identified with special educational needs entering mainstream preschools in Brunei may have a better outcome in the long-term provided that the teachers are supported in their teaching and learning approach. Therefore, this project examines the process of teacher change and teachers working collaboratively toward the enhancement of their teaching using a drama approach. The goal of using this approach is also to enhance the participation and engagement of all students. Key findings could shed light on the phenomenon that has been hindering teachers from successfully implementing an innovative approach in the Brunei Preschools context.

This talk is part of the Faculty of Education Research Students' Association (FERSA) Lunchtime Seminars 2014-2015 series.

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