Play it Out Loud is a two years long international project under Erasmus+ EU program. There have been five European countries engage in the project: Poland, England, Greece, Ireland and Spain.
The motivation for pursuing this project has arisen from understanding the risks of children shyness in context of participating in social situations, especially the fact that shyness can do much harm – makes it difficult to meet new people, make friends, express opinions.
The idea of the Play It Out Loud Project was to explore the impact of drama lessons on shy children. Working in role, which can be part of a drama lesson, might allow children to feel secure enough to participate actively. The project involves teachers observing shy children during drama lessons and reporting the outcomes.
Expected benefits from the Play It Out Loud Project
See the Play It Out Loud Project Partners
See the Play It Out Loud Project transnational meetings
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