Knowledge is developed with your brain; by experimenting with knowledge, you develop creativity. Theatre is the place to stimulate this creative brain!
A pupil learns to draw, make music and sing by listening and watching and especially by experiencing. Qualities that contribute to learning to read and write well. Theatre not only teaches about the performing arts, but also who the pupils can be themselves and what position they can take in important current themes in society.
Cultural education contributes to a flexible outlook on life. This is important for the future, because pupils may find themselves in jobs that do not yet exist. In addition, going to the theatre is above all fun. And let enthusiasm be the driving force behind good brains!
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Kijktip: in onderstaand filmpje legt Mark Mieras uit wat creativiteit en cultuureducatie voor de ontwikkeling van het brein betekenen.