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“Drama Studio deserves to be purchased and used as part of a varied teaching for both large and small tasks.

You can use the universe in Danish, but why not use it in [other] language subjects? It is a great opportunity to get students to use both their language and creative skills in a new way.”

Anne Skovmark Folkeskolen.dk

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“I have a boy with a suspected autism disorder in one of the classes I introduced to Drama Studio last week. He is fully engrossed and has been working focused on his assignments for two whole lessons.

Usually, he is difficult to maintain and requires 1:1 tuition. But not when using Drama Studio.”

Sandra Carstensen, elementary school teacher

Maria Guldborg

“We experienced that everyone was involved and spent a long time working on the project. We have students who find it challenging to participate orally in teaching and students who may have difficulty expressing themselves in writing.

All students had both lines and an action plan written and the students, who normally find it difficult to say anything in class, were given the opportunity to express themselves in writing and thus expressed their opinion.”

Heidi Maria Guldborg, pedagogue

Andreas Miller teacher

“This opens access for some, that would never write a story, to create something … dare I say Art?”

Andreas Miller, Teacher, Østerskov Efterskole

“Classes will be much more fun. It’s much better than doing (regular) tasks”
Laurits, 2’nd grade

“There are so many things you can do. You kind of forget you’re in school”
Ida, 4’th grade

I think it is really easy to use Drama Studio. It is fun and you become creative”
Sofia 6’th grade

“Drama Studio is a fun game. Very Unique. I’ve never seen games do anything like it!
Thorbjørn, 9. grade

“I would definitely play Drama Studio in my spare time!”
Felix, 9. grade

“Drama Studio is a really cool tool, and I can imagine it being used in many, really interesting ways in the classroom, and it can in the very least make the classes more enjoyable.”
Jeppe, 10. grade