Welcome to the home of the Association for Drama in Education in Ireland
Proud affiliates of IDEA Europe, IDEA International and IDIERI.
Founded in 1999, the ADEI provides a forum which aims to support those who are interested in using Drama in various educational settings in Ireland, through workshops, conferences and resources.
The Association for Drama in Education is a voluntary professional organisation with a committee composed of people whose educational specialisation and expertise are in Educational Drama. Between us we teach at all levels -
Our principal aims are
a) to encourage and promote the use of Drama in Education (DIE) as methodology and as art form
b) to engage in activities which promote an understanding of drama and to liaise with other drama and educational organisations in this endeavour
c) to provide a forum for people engaged in drama to share their experiences and to support one another.
In support of these aims, ADEI normally holds three DIE events during the academic year. Facilitators with a proven (and often international) record in the field of DIE are invited to conduct workshops which are open to all who are interested in the work.
ADEI has recently begun to develop its research role which is aimed at supporting those engaged in or about to embark on research in DIE.
ADEI is affililiated with IDEA and IDEA Europe.
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NEWS & EVENTS
ADEI featuring in this months InTouch Magazine.
Click here for the full version of Susan Kennedy-
ADEI's next workshop now booking!
'Drama for Learners with Special Educational Needs (SEN)'
Saturday 28 February 9:30-
Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards will take place in 2015. Click the link for details, how to enter and to access a host of great resources for teachers.
InTouch Magazine teams up with the ADEI to publish a series of drama lesson plans. Check them out here on our website including the October issue's feature 'The Enchanted Deer' by Annie Ní Bhreacháin and 'World War II-
UCD School of English, Drama and Film announce this term's Drama Studies Research Series Seminars welcoming director of the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival Kris Nelson & innovative researcher Dr. Noelia Ruiz in November. Click here for more details.
NUI Galway currently offering PhD scholarships in all disciplines & open to those who may wish to apply for a PhD in Drama and Theatre Studies. Contact drama department lecturers email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. Deadline for applications 21st November 2014.
1916: HOME: 2016 invites preliminary proposals for multidisciplinary creative and research projects relating to 1916-
Saturday 4th October saw a fantastic days workshop with Pamela Bowell on Drama and Literacy. Check out some images taken on the day on our facebook page. Details of Pamela's work can be found on www.pamelabowell.com
Friday & Saturday 13th-
The ADEI joins twitter! Click here and build up our followers.