4.321: You be the judge
Interactive Workshop by students in DART 3F77, Dramatic Arts at Brock University (aka Mirror Theatre) and directed by Dr. Joe Norris on March 20, 2012 sponsored by Brock University Centre for Pedagogical Innovation.
A series of vignettes designed to tap into the lived experiences of students, performed by students in improvisational style addressing a range of topics as Ranking, Appropriate relationships, merit pay, making an example, diversity of approaches, who judges the judge, making the grade, deadlines, accommodations, fairness, cheating.
The session did not aim to give answers, rather they were designed to "haunt you, encouraging you to examine how we can put a human face to these practices"
How pervasive is assessment in your life?
What have been its positive/negative effects?
Whate are your preferred forms of assessment?
How have you been unjustly judged?
How have YOU unjustly judged?
Mirror Theatre devises social issues performances/workshops for community projects.
For further information, visit the website: www.joenorrisplaybuilding.ca/
or contact Joe Norris at firstname.lastname@example.org, @JoeNorrisDrama