Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Join My Team

Dear friends, family, and wonderful people I have yet to meet

I am looking for allies to help me on my passionate learner experiment journey.  Through this experiment a group of students and myself are trying to answer the question "How can I change the world in 24 hours?" and explore our passions. I am trying to see what I can do to make a change in my community about something I am passionate about.  I have determined that I want to work to help get more drama education in elementary schools and I will need some help.  I would love to know what you think and what kind of drama education you would have liked in elementary school? Drama and theatre has so much wonderful things to teach us if we get the opportunity to learn it.  By sending me what you what kind of drama you would have liked in elementary school I can get a better understanding of the most important things missing from the programs right now and work to help change them.

Thank you show much for your help everyone! The more help, support, and information I have the more I can work to make a difference in the world around me :)


Abby Skene (AKA Positive Pinky)

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1 comment:

  1. I think it's a great idea to encourage elementary schools to teach drama to children. Drama is not only loads of fun, but provides a safe environment for kids to explore what they love and imagine themselves in an entirely different world. Drama helps kids learn how to work together, on and off stage; helps them refine reading skills and practice verbal and speaking skills as well. Drama builds confidence and independence in kids and gives them an overwhelming feeling of pride and accomplishment in what they have done.
    There are endless benefits to teaching drama in elementary schools!!! :) great project Abby!
    -Lauren Verner