This one-year programme consists of two phases: the main phase and the graduation phase. In this practice-based programme, you will work on a wide and intensive range of work placements and projects.
During the main phase, you will lay the foundations of theory and practice. A sound theoretical basis is part of the programme, but applicability is key, and the subject matter is immediately integrated and applied in various placement situations.
In the graduation phase, you will mainly focus on your individual profile. You will select the content of your own graduation programme together with your tutor. In this phase, you will develop various theatre projects that you work on independently, and you will specialise and go more in-depth.
The programme comprises the following subjects and projects:
• Drama teaching skills: creating inspiring class assignments, structuring lessons, drama activities, learning to use your craft as an actor/director or performer in classroom situations
• Theory: developmental psychology, educational concepts and models, learning styles and learning theory.
• Teaching practice placement
• Peer review: your artistic practice and vision as a source for your lessons
• Directing practice with non-professional actors
• Direction training: this training is intended as guidance for your directing practice. This is rounded off with a performance by non-professional actors.
• Arts and culture education
• A research project: intended for you to specialise further as a teacher.