Interactive Drama For Education And Awareness In The Schools Inc
Rating: 4.82 stars 11 11 reviews
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Human Services
98 Fourth Street Suite 305 Brooklyn NY 11231 USA
IDEAS strives to fill the void of direct drama experiences that exist in the educational lives of young people with disabilities and disadvantages. Using drama and theater as a teaching and learning tool and in response the need for all young people to express themselves IDEAS offers a variety of drama-in-education programs for youth ages 7-21 as well as specially designed workshops for parents and staff of disabled/disadvantaged youth.
Geographic areas served:
NYC and surrounding areas.
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10 people found this review helpful
This past school year, my class has had the opportunity to participate in the IDEAS drama program. We found it to be very engaging with creative activities. We explored our emotions through role play, music, costumes and dialog. My students loved this program. We especially enjoyed the culminating activity of performing our version of the Wizard of Oz for our friends. Thanks for the wonderful experience.
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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
enjoying fun exploratory activities with my students.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
knowledgeable in their program goal, creative and innovative.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
reach out to thousands of students and expand their horizons.
Ways to make it better...
the program running time was extended.
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time & money.
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