This might be a tricky question. What is your educational culture in drama teaching? Each country has its own educational identity that affects communication between students and teachers, permissions students have or don’t have, ways of processing information and so on. In what way do you think the national educational identity drama education in your country? Even if there’s no drama education in your country, this still could be related to the educational culture of the country.
Compared to some countries there is relative equality between teacher and pupil in the Netherlands. There is an open style of communication which creates an opportunity for joint research, which is of course an important learning strategy is when you want to learn about an art form. The downside is that additional emphasis on social safety and behavior is required, because a relatively large noise may occur in the classroom.
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