Education and Awareness

  • Rob Allen
  • Nina Krebs


John Dewey has much more to say that supports the relevance of Dramatic Psychological Storytelling (DPS) in educational settings, but these salient points are enough for a beginning. Participating in the social consciousness of the race implies connection beyond ‘me’. People remember and learn from their experience more than from passive reception of information. Images and actions are more power­ful than the words which are a necessary refinement that, as Dewey says, ‘devolve’ from action.


Learning Objective Restorative Justice Artist Date Tutorial Group Workplace Violence 
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  • Nina Krebs

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