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Mona's latest proposals

  • Partnerships between schools and producers


    Create partnerships between cultural producers and schools: classes can go see shows for free in order to fill out chairs during rehearsals
    - Increased communication will make the teacher more comfortable as he/she is well informed and familiar with the producers.
    - Increase flexibility and adaptability in both logistics and content
    - Students might feel more involved and included and “at ease” when they themselves have greater contact with producers and they might “own” the space in another way: leading them to maybe get involved themselves
    - Decreasing obstacles on the road of getting to culture

  • Teachers finding motivations for why to take students to cultural events

    Logic behind ideas:

    Teacher needs to motivate and justify cultural events facing:
    - Sceptical students
    - Parents who doesn’t see the value of culture in schools and want their kids to have good grades and focus on science
    - Other teachers that need to adjust their schedule in order for the event to take place
    - To him/herself: how does the teacher value short-term goals of exams etc. VERSUS long-term goals of creating future citizens and what role does the teacher see in culture for this? (Do cultural activities improve school performance and grades/ is it valuable for the creation of the future citizen)

    In order to justify why the teacher should take the students to a cultural events he/she needs to:
    - Create trust between him/herself and students and parents
    - Be well informed about the content and quality of activities
    - Be confident with him/her own ability to organize an activity
    - Feel confident that the students will enjoy the activity (especially for those who have no previous experience of such activities!)

  • Cultural homework

    Cultural homeworks for students: the students get instructions (maybe to choose between a couple of events) to go to an activity and a free ticket
    - Lessens the planning and logistical responsibility of the teacher
    - Might increase students own engagement
    - Students get some decision making power
    - ‘Prove’ the participation by taking a selfie at the place of activity?

  • Free previews for teachers

    Free previews at events for teachers in order for them to test the waters before taking their students


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