Teaching with Puppetry By Barb English Puppetry is an umbrella for literary, visual and dramatic art forms. A workshop can be a scaffold to further learning and support development of the following competencies: Critical Thinking Problem Solving Managing Information Creativity and Innovation Communication Collaboration Design Thinking Cultural and Global Citizenship Personal Growth and Well-being All … Continue reading Learning with Puppets
Applied Puppetry, as defined by WPTS Artistic Director Wendy Passmore-Godfrey when she curates the Puppet Power conference program, is ‘puppetry beyond performance’. It is puppetry that is used as a communication and expressive tool in settings such as education, therapeutic interventions, social action, institutions and other social settings. Other people have coined terms such as … Continue reading What is the practice of Applied Puppetry?