Drama – Primary drama education resources
Drama education books
Ackroyd, J. (2004). Literacy Alive! Drama Projects for Literacy Learning. London: Hodder and Stoughton.
Anderson, M. (2012). Masterclass in Drama Education: Transforming Teaching and Learning. London: Continuum.
Anderson, M., Hughes, J. & Manuel, J. (2008). Drama and English Teaching: Imagination, Action and Engagement. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Anderson, M. & Dunn, J. (Eds.) (2013). How Drama Activates Learning. London: Continuum.
Baldwin, P. (2012). With Drama in Mind: Real Learning in Imagined Worlds. London: Continuum.
Baldwin, P. (2009). School Improvement Through Drama: A Creative Whole-class, Whole-school Approach. London: Continuum.
Burton, B. (1991). How to Teach Primary Drama (2nd ed.). Melbourne: Longman.
Cusworth, R. & Simons, J. (1997). Beyond the Script: Drama in the Classroom.
Dickinson, R. Neelands, J. & Shenton Primary School. (2006). Improve Your Primary School Through Drama. London: Fulton.
Fleming, M. (2012). Starting Drama Teaching (4th ed.). London: Fulton.
Haseman, B. & O'Toole, J. (1987). Dramawise. Melbourne: Heinemann.
Heathcote, D. & Bolton, G. (1995). Drama for Learning: Dorothy Heathcote's Mantle of the Expert Approach. Portsmouth NH: Heinemann.
Johnson, L. & O'Neill, C. (1991). Dorothy Heathcote: Collected Writings on Learning and Drama. Evanston, Il: Northwestern University Press.
Moore, T. (Ed.) (1998). Phoenix Texts: A Window on Drama Practice in Australian Primary Schools. Melbourne: National Association for Drama in Education.
Morgan, N. & Saxton, J. (1991). Teaching, Learning and Questioning. London: Routledge.
Morgan, N. & Saxton, J. (1988). Teaching Drama: A Mind of Many Wonders. London: Heinemann.
Neelands, J. (1993). Structuring Dramawork. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Norris, J., McCammon, L. & Miller, C. (Eds.) (2000). Learning to Teach Drama.
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
O'Neill, C. (1995). Dramaworlds. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
O'Toole, J. & Dunn, J. (2003). Pretending to Learn: Helping Children Learn Through Drama. Sydney: Pearson Educational.
Prendiville, F. & Toye, N. (2007). Speaking and Listening Through Drama 7–11.
London: Paul Chapman.
Sinclair, C., Jeanneret, N., & O'Toole, J. (2012). Education in the Arts (2nd ed.).
Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Stinson, M. & Wall, D. (2003). Dramactive – Books 1 and 2. Ryde, NSW: McGraw-Hill.
Taylor, P. (Ed.) (1995). Pre-text and Storydrama: The artistry of Cecily O'Neill and
David Booth. Brisbane: NADIE.
Taylor, P. (1998). Pioneers and Redcoats. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Toye, N. & Prendiville, F. (2000). Drama and Traditional Storytelling for the Early Years. London: Routledge.
Winston, J. & Tandy, M. (1998). Beginning Drama 4–11. London: Fulton.
Winston, J. (2000). Drama, Literacy and Moral Education 5–11. London: Fulton.
Drama Australia (and some of the affiliated state drama teachers associations also have excellent resources on their websites, which are hyperlinked to Drama Australia)
New Zealand Arts Syllabus
2002 – Source Book Modules: Drama
Queensland Arts Syllabus 2002
Drama Education Association
D4LC – Drama for Learning and Creativity – a UK drama education website
Dramapeeps – a NSW drama education website