And the 4th Drama in Education Days in Konstanz are history already! For “appetizers” we had asked our speakers and workshop leaders if they have any drama in education articles, books or videos in English or German that they would like to let us know about and featured them in our Facebook group. Here’s a summary (we actually had more speakers but not everyone had articles in English or German). Continue reading
The preliminary programme with all abstracts of talks and workshops for the Drama in Education Days in Konstanz is now online.
We are happy to announce this year’s keynote speakers: Dagmar Abendroth-Timmer (Germany) and Lynn Williams (Switzerland). Dagmar Abendroth-Timmer is professor for teaching French and Spanish language, literature and culture at Siegen University. Lynn Williams teaches at a Swiss grammar school and works with aspiring teachers of upper secondary at the teacher education institute of the FHNW in Basel. More about the speakers and keynote lectures
We welcome contributions from teachers, scholars, and performers working
with drama and theatre in language education at all levels (primary through to
-20-minute paper presentations (+ 10 minutes discussion)
(-A presentation and discussion of a performance piece is also possible.)
Submission deadline for abstracts is March 31 st , 2018.
Download complete CfP: DiEDays_2018_CfP-English
Save the date: The 4th Drama in Education Days are planned for 20 and 21 July 2018 in Konstanz, Germany.
“Notes on the third Drama in Education Days 2017” have appeared in Scenario, 01/2017:
After two successful conferences (2015 & 2016) at Reutlingen University, the third Drama in Education Days was held at Konstanz University of Applied Sciences, June 30th and July 1st, 2017. The bilingual (English/German) conference focuses on best practice and research… (read more)
Body, Voice and Language Learning in Higher Education – Call for papers
The journal Researching and Teaching Languages for Specific Purposes publishes the results of research carried out in the domain of language teaching and learning in Higher Education, for all languages and cultures. Since its beginnings it has been oriented towards both theoretical and applied research while maintaining a pedagogical dimension through the publication of notes on teaching experiences in each issue.
The journal has four main objectives. The first is to encourage the publication of research carried out in the field of teaching and learning languages in Higher Education. The second objective is to contribute to the training of teachers of languages for special purposes by publishing research results and notes on teaching experiences. From the beginning, the third objective has been to encourage the teaching and learning of all foreign languages. Even though most articles are written in French and English, they deal with the teaching and learning of different languages. The fourth objective is to promote young researchers. The journal is recognized for encouraging new authors and, thanks to its wide circulation, allows young researchers to be introduced to the academic community.
Volume 37, number 2, to be published in June 2018, will adress the key question of “Body, Voice and Language Learning in Higher Education”. We welcome all contributions written in either English or French.
Submissions to our journal are peer-reviewed. They must follow fall within one of the four following categories:
- research articles (25 000 to 40 000 characters altogether, spaces not included);
- reports (10 000 to 20 000 characters altogether, spaces not included;
- notes on teaching experiences (8000 to 15 000 characters altogether, spaces not included);
- book reviews (8000 to 15 000 characters altogether, spaces not included).
Deadline for proposals is October, 30th 2017.
In order to be submitted to the peer-review process, contributions must respect the guidelines for authors as well as the maximum lengths indicated above. See recommendations for authors : http://apliut.revues.org/1965.
The third annual Drama in Education Days will be held at Konstanz University of Applied Sciences. The conference focuses on best practice and research in the field of Drama and Theater in Education (DiE/TiE) specifically in second and foreign language teaching.
We welcome contributions from teachers, scholars, and performers working with drama and theater in language education at all levels (primary through to tertiary).
The conference aims to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and of teaching and research experiences.
Date: June 30th and July 1st 2017
Place: Konstanz University of Applied Sciences
Call for papers: ETAS Journal Special Supplement on Drama and Theater in Education Spring Edition 2018.
ETAS Journal invites submissions for its Special Supplement on Drama and Theater in Education Spring Edition 2018.
Do you work with drama and/or theatre in your English language lessons? Researchers and teacher practitioners are invited to share examples of “best practice”, such as (success) stories, a favourite lesson or drama in education method, an aha-moment or challenge experienced in class, or, for example, an action research report.
Share your story as an article by May 31 st 2017: The Special Supplement editors
would love to hear from you!
You can contact us at:
Eva Göksel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nicole Küpfer (email@example.com)
19th ASSITEJ World Congress (Cape Town, South Africa; 16–27 May 2017)
ASSITEJ = International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People
Includes academic research conference (16–17 May) in partnership with University of Cape Town, Drama Department and University of Witwatersrand, Drama for Life (DFL) programme