|Author||譚寶芝 Po-chi Tam|
|Affiliation||The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong|
Tam, P. (2021). Artistic transfiguration: drama as pedagogy during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. The Journal of Drama and Theatre Education in Asia, 10, 11-26.
This article examines the notion of transfiguration and analyses how process drama and arts education can help achieve elevated mental and spiritual states through transforming adversity to something that inspires beauty and deep meanings. This article illustrates this transfigurative function of drama education with an online pedagogical resources project which supports kindergartens with mainly drama education during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. The author accordingly points out that drama education can effectively address the emotional, spiritual, ethical and mental needs of teachers and young children in the context of post-pandemic education.
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