Engaging Disengaged in Transition: Training Teachers in Dialogue and Drama to Engage Learners

This project supports teachers with the training and resources they need to re-engage children in their learning.


The project will directly reach 400 teachers across the UK, Hungary, Poland and Bulgaria, and create external coaches to support schools. These teachers will facilitate ‘Engaging Disengaged in Transition’ projects with over 12,000 pupils.  The results of this project will be shared with 150 teacher training institutions and 2000 trainee teachers, and more broadly contribute to improved classroom management.

This project is funded by Erasmus+.


Resources – Teacher Toolkit

The Engaging the Disengaged in Transition (EDIT) toolkit is a new resource from LWC that focuses on the use of dialogue and drama as a way of re-engaging learners in the classroom. The resource features breakdowns and structures for using Dialogue and Drama and a 7-week mini curriculum based on refection and engagement. EDiT – Teacher toolkit

  • EDiT Review

    A free resource for teachers and educators on what makes disengaged learners and how can we support them. From the Engaging the Disengaged in Transition project, supported by Erasmus+

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