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Pirates, PD, & Pedagogy

Posted By Lisa Mitchell, NY TIOS Co-Chair, Monday, February 11, 2013
There is three feet of snow on the ground, Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow, and Beyonce blew a fuse at the Superdome… coincidence, or premonitions of something unprecedented on the horizon?

March marks AATE’s Theatre in Our Schools month, and as part of the festivities, preparations are underway for regional conferences around the country. My co-chair, Nicole Lorenzetti and I, along with an esteemed committee of dedicated theatre-educators and administrators, are hard at work gearing up for the New York TIOS Conference. The event, which will be held on March 4th at Broadway’s American Airlines Theater, serves theatre education practitioners of all stripes, and will be an opportunity for professional development, networking, and most importantly, inspiration.

This year’s theme, "Fostering a Culture of Creativity” will be explored through dynamic plenary and breakout sessions. We’re beyond thrilled that the renowned Story Pirates will be our keynote presenters— join us to discover their approaches for developing student voice and expression. We’ve also got a panel of diverse educators who will be sharing their experiences and goals for Universal Design in their schools, as well as workshops exploring: Lincoln Center Institute’s Capacities for Imaginative Learning, process drama, storytelling & early childhood literacy, and inclusion through the arts.

It is shaping up to be an inspiring day of learning and growth—the only thing missing is you. Register now to take advantage of the best available rates, and come spend the day learning and sharing on Broadway. We’re looking forward to seeing you there.

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