A Road Map to Education: The CRE-ACT Way takes an approach to education with an arts based curriculum. This involves not only visual art and music but also dance and drama. Creative drama is used in the classroom as an experiential learning element.
Sister Dorothy Prokes, F.S.E has been actively engaged as an educator since 1940 and has personally experienced and struggled with the problematic issues that have risen during the years. She filled positions of instructor (preschool - university), administrator, lecturer, demonstrator, and artist in the schools during this time. Her greatest contribution has been the founding, developing and administering of the Creative Acting program described in this book. She received her doctorate from New York University in Educational Theater.
Part 1 Section 1: Curtain Raiser Chapter 2 Chapter 1: Struggle for Control in a Confused World Chapter 3 Chapter 2: Need for Security and Freedom Chapter 4 Chapter 3: Proposed Plan of Resolution Part 5 Section 2: The Production Chapter 6 Chapter 4: The Setting Chapter 7 Chapter 5: The Cast Chapter 8 Chapter 6: Preparation for Performance Chapter 9 Chapter 7: Rehearsal Part 10 Section 3: The Performance Chapter 11 Chapter 8: Exemplar: The Franciscan CRE-ACT School Chapter 12 Chapter 9: Performance Areas Chapter 13 Chapter 10: Curtain Call Part 14 Section 4: Implications for the Future Chapter 15 Chapter 11: The Sequel