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2013 New Jersey Theatre In Our Schools Regional Mini-Conference
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New Jersey TIOS Mini-Conference
March 16, 2013
Appel Farm Arts & Music Center
Elmer, NJ

Cost: $40 Member/$50 Student/$60 Non-Member

Early Bird rate ends February 16, 2013


          $55 Member/$50 Student/$75 Non-Member

 


 

 

Are you a theatre educator or artist in the southern New Jersey, Philadelphia, or northern Delaware region? Join us at the New Jersey TIOS mini-conference where theatre education best practices will be explored and topics investigated will include: encouraging a culture of creativity within the demands of producing an artistic product. Through interactive workshops, networking opportunities, and a keynote address, you will take away new ideas and practical applications to use in and out of the classroom.

 

Keynote

 Dale Schmid

Visual & Performing Arts Coordinator

for the New Jersey Department of Education

 


Presenters

 

Let's Make A Musical: Involving Young Minds in the Creative Process

Presented by Denver Casado

Kids are bursting with creativity. Are we doing our best to tap into their imagination and allowing it to become a part of the creative process? Denver explores specific ideas you can implement that will facilitate creative involvement from your young actors. From character creation to songwriting, kids will feel empowered and more connected to the material when their ideas are heard. Denver will lead a brief songwriting activity designed for teachers to easily implement themselves.


Action Writing: Beyond Drama Games -- Utilizing the Body in the 21st Century Classroom

Presented by Niki Tulk

We possess a wise and inexhaustive resource when we invite students and teachers to incorporate physical, movement and arts-based learning into classrooms at every level. Influenced and drawing from the Action Theatre work of Ruth Zaporah, the National Writing Project, and movement-based pedagogy, this workshop investigates this marginalized area of promoting creative and critical literacy through drama: through theory, practical strategies and questions that lead to literacy-rich adventure.


 Agenda

NJ Theatre in Our Schools Mini-Conference Schedule

9:30‐9:55                   Registration & Coffee 

9:55‐10:00                 Welcome 

10:00‐11:15               Let’s Make a Musical: Involving Young Minds in the   Creative Process

11:15-11:25               Break

11:25‐12:40        Action Writing: Beyond Drama Games -- Utilizing the Body in the 21st Century Classroom

12:40‐1:10                 Networking Lunch (provided) 

1:15‐2:00                   Keynote Address – Dale Schmid, NJ Dept. of Education

2:00-2:45                   Theatre Games Exchange

2:45‐3:30                   Roundtable Discussion

3:30‐4:00                   Reflection & Closing


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