Reconsidering Dorothy Heathcote’s Educational Legacy - NATIONAL DRAMA

Reconsidering Dorothy Heathcote’s Educational Legacy

In this article, David Booth reflects on the impact of Dorothy Heathcote on education and educators, internationally, viewing her life’s work, the changes she brought about through her teaching, writing and speaking over the last fifty years, especially with universities and academic writers of drama education. He looks back to see where we are today because of her journey.
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