Published on Brock University (http://www.brocku.ca)
Department of Teacher Education
Drama in education; Creativity; Learning communities and cultures; Teacher education
Cogswell, J., & McLauchlan, D. (2014). Explorations with affective engagement: An action research study that combines process drama with the Canadian history curriculum. Journal of Applied Theatre Research, 2(1), 61-76.
McLauchlan, D., & Winters, K.L. (2014). What’s so great about drama?: Year 1 secondary students have their say. Research in Drama Education, 19(1), 51-63.
McLauchlan, D. (2010). Keeping the kids in school: What the drama class tells us. Encounters on Education, 11,135-154.
McLauchlan, D. (2008). Digging a ditch with undergraduates: A museum theatre experience. NJ (Drama Australia Journal), 31(2), 83-94.
McLauchlan, D. (2008). Factors constraining teacher choices of material for high school actors. Applied Theatre Research, 9, Retrieved February 11, 2009, from http://www.griffith.edu.au/applied-theatre
McLauchlan, D. (2007). Transmitting transactive pedagogy: A dilemma of preservice teacher education in drama. Theatre Research in Canada, 28(2), 120-129.
Winters, K.L, McLauchlan, D., & Fournier, G. (2015). “You do this and I’ll do that”: Authorship and authority in a dramatic and digital language arts context. In G. Belliveau (Ed.), Drama and theatre education: Canadian perspectives. Canadian Association of Teacher Education (CATE) Polygraph Series.
McLauchlan, D. (2012). Drama activities. In A. Elliott & V. Woloshyn, Language arts in Canadian classrooms (pp. 60-65). Toronto, ON: Pearson.
Daly, R., MacKinnon, P., Killins, J., Bolger, P., Clipsham, J., Jurmain, M., & McLauchlan, D. (2005). Gender and its impact on student success. St. Catharines, ON: District School Board of Niagara.
McCammon, L., & McLauchlan, D. (Eds.) (2006). The international mosaic of drama and theatre: The IDEA 2004 dialogues. Brisbane, Australia: IDEA Publications.