- We welcome and celebrate challenge
- We encourage the sharing of individual ideas and collaborations to grow a culture of community and collective action
- We acknowledge the work of Augusto Boal, Paulo Friere, Dorothy Heathcote, Keith Johnstone, Rudolph Laban, Constantin Stanislavsky and our contemporaries whom continue to inspire our evolving practice (yes, that’s you too!) …..
- We strive for new knowledge and incorporate contemporary practice and innovation.
PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT: SHANE REID
CREATIVE BODY BASED LEARNING
Creative Body Based Learning (CBL) uses drama based pedagogy and drama strategies to activate dialogue, meaning making and play within the learning experience from Foundation to Year 12 across the Australian Curriculum (ACARA).
To find out more visit the Carclew website – Carclew Body Based Learning
In 2015, Eliza was co-lead artist in the Creative Body Based Learning research project, using active and creative strategies to increase student engagement and expand pedagogic possibilities across the mathematics and numeracy curriculum. Participating stakeholders Carclew, Department for Education (DfE), University of South Australia and the University of Texas.
Since 2013, Eliza is committed to developing CBL practice by exploring and embedding creative approaches with/ for educators (generalist + specialist).
Credit: The A.S.K – (Art Spaces for Kids), Shanghai + Beijing, China
THE AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM (ACARA)
We use the ACARA curriculum framework with intention to create workshops and programs for educators and students. We explore and find new pathways of approach to learning areas and content descriptors whilst engaging in arts based strategies. Our work encompasses and specialises in literacy and numeracy, general capabilities and Teaching for Effective Learning (TfEL).