|Author||Prof. Jack Shu|
|Affiliation||Open University of Hong Kong (Metropolitan University of Hong Kong), Hong Kong|
Wong, K. (2015). How enhanced forum theatre helps parents reflect on their parenting experience (C). The Journal of Drama and Theatre Education in Asia, 5, 57-74.
This is an action research project of using “Enhanced Forum Theatre” to explore how this theatre form helps the participants to reflect on their parenting experiences. The research aims to offer opportunity for parents to reflect on their parenting problems and explore feasible ways to deal with their problems by means of “Enhanced Forum Theatre”.
The result shows most of the parent-participants were able to reflect on the parenting issues, some have new understandings on their parenting skills and a few of them even show changes in their perspective and actions.
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