Course Topic: Self-Expression and Drama

Do you ever wonder how you can encourage self-expression in the classroom? Self-expression is the ability to communicate attitudes, feelings, thoughts with others.

In the school environment, many activities can help and encourage this practice, like drama with improvisations, simulations, group work.

Discover more about self-expression and drama with the following courses.


Art as Therapy: Self-Expression and Special Needs in Art Education

Acquire an understanding of the therapeutic power of visual arts and their importance in teaching students with special needs.

Art, Music, and Dance Therapy for an Inclusive Classroom

Discover the power of creativity for creating an inclusive classroom and fostering motivation, autonomy, self-esteem, participation, and collaboration.

Drama Techniques: Developing Self-Expression, Communication and Social Skills for All Students

Learn an array of new ways to boost participation, motivation, and confidence in the classroom through the implementation of innovative solutions that are more practical and expressive, and therefore, more enjoyable.

Introducing Yoga in Primary Schools

Learn how to introduce young students to yoga, meditation, and mindfulness by developing an understanding of their holistic approach to wellness and its health benefits for physical and mental health.

Enough Theory, Let’s Play! Fun Games for Developing the Whole Child

Discover a range of games to be implemented in the classroom to enhance the students’ capacities of self-expression and promote their personal development.

Playtime and Downtime for Teachers and Students: the Psychology of Time to Feel Good and Do Good!

Gain an understanding of playtime and downtime concepts. Develop cognitive, social, problem-solving, and resilience skills through new activities and regular rest, preparing yourself for new tasks and challenges.

Help Your Students Cope With Stress and Anxiety Thanks to Bibliotherapy

Explore the fundamentals of bibliotherapy for good emotional health through literature. Learn to develop lesson plans and bibliotherapy activities based on relevant children’s books.

Motivate Your Students with Growth Mindset Feedback

Discover the concept of a growth mindset in order to provide the students with purposeful feedback to encourage them to embrace failure and stay focused on their goals. Explore various types of growth-oriented feedback.

Music Activities to Stimulate Emotion, Creativity and Engagement

Experience the power of music and learn how to use it to meet the students’ needs. Discover how to include music in the classroom to develop cognitive and emotional abilities by implementing the principles of music psychology and music therapy.

The Group First! Practical Exercises for Collaboration and Team-Building

Encourage empathy and active listening among students through cultivating teamwork and mutual respect. Employ interactive activities that involve both physical and mental engagement, utilizing the classroom environment and outdoor areas.