A Roadmap to Education: The CRE-ACT Way by Dorothy Prokes, Adrianne Adderley

By Dorothy Prokes, Adrianne Adderley

A highway Map to schooling: The CRE-ACT means takes an method of schooling with an arts dependent curriculum. This comprises not just visible artwork and tune but in addition dance and drama. artistic drama is utilized in the school room as an experiential studying aspect.

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13. Toynbee, Arnold, Challenge and Habit (New York: Oxford University Press, 1966), 72. 14. Courtney, Play, Drama, and Thought (London: Cassell & Co. LTD, 1968), 44-58. ”1 Franciscan CRE-ACT School Brochure It was through practical experience, first at the elementary, then at the junior high and secondary levels, that the author was swept into this movement. Her concern for unrealized individual uniqueness, and the potential of the arts to relate to its development, became very evident. Simply put, the arts became the “common denominator” into which all categories could be contained.

A strong sense of one’s identity as part of who one is and from where one comes. 2. Positive attitudes of behavior toward home, school, church, and community. 3. Deep and empathetic understanding of each other. 4. Flexibility and fluency in oral and written communication of ideas. 5. A practiced mastery of basic academic skills. 6. Controlled and balanced emotions. 7. Ability to cooperate, participate and respond in groups. 8. An active creative imagination. 9. Familiarity and competency with, and appreciation for current technologies used in practical learning and living.

2. Positive attitudes of behavior toward home, school, church, and community. 3. Deep and empathetic understanding of each other. 4. Flexibility and fluency in oral and written communication of ideas. 5. A practiced mastery of basic academic skills. 6. Controlled and balanced emotions. 7. Ability to cooperate, participate and respond in groups. 8. An active creative imagination. 9. Familiarity and competency with, and appreciation for current technologies used in practical learning and living. 10.

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