P for Playing
With Olga Gioti
Olga has studied Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology with a degree in Pedagogy at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens. She attended theatrical play seminars of the National Theater and the School of Lakis Kourentzis and is now completing her postgraduate diploma in Diversity and Theater Pedagogy at the Democritus University of Thrace.
Children through theatrical play, improvisation, acting, dramatization, storytelling, music, movement are led to:
- cultivate cognitive skills,
- develop their imagination and creativity,
- express and strengthen their spontaneity and self-confidence,
- liberate their movement by releasing ideas and emotions,
- learn to work together to achieve a common goal that is none other than the theatrical act itself,
- gather, observe and research,
- have fun!