Psychodramatic games in the teaching-learning process


  • Terezinha Tomé Baptista


learning, cognition, group, memory


The psychodramatic methodology is, in your essence, an active method. Psychodrama means action carried out in the social interrelations in a relaxed atmosphere, promoting freedom of speech for issuing new and creative responses, adapted to different situations. The application of the method in the teaching-learning process, through dramatic games and spontaneous activities, guarantees pedagogical effects above expectations, because it mitigates the power contained in the hierarchical interrelationship between teacher and students. The participants experience, incorporating in a low-pressure environment and the concepts studied and apply them in everyday social life. In this article, we propose to describe interventions focused on learning, raising theoretical hypotheses about how the method works, its effect on the quality of the repertoire of responses and on the expansion of the perceptive ability of those involved in their various relationships: learner-apprentice, learner-teacher, learner-learning.


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Tomé Baptista, T. . (2019). Psychodramatic games in the teaching-learning process. Revista Brasileira De Psicodrama, 27(1), 20–28. Retrieved from



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