In 2012, AATE launched a line of online programming aiming to provide professional development opportunities to theatre educators through interactive sessions with experts in the field. Workshops are accessible via the internet and can be attended synchronously or asynchronously. CEU's are offered for all workshops, these can be used for re-certification or credit, certificates of attendance are provided following the completion of the workshop to certify these hours. Previous workshops include Teaching Drama Online, Dramatizing the Content: Curriculum-Based Readers Theatre, Beyond Tableau: Human Slide Shows all led by Dr. Rosalind Flynn and Sharing Stories: Building Storytelling Capacity in the EC Classroom led by Faye Stanley and Stuart Stotts.
Engagement & The Arts: What Makes A Strong Partnership?
Presented by Sobha Kavanakudiyil
A 2-session completely online course
Sunday Evenings, 7-8:30 PM Eastern Time
For Teaching Artists
Registration Fee: $35 Student/$40 Member/$50 Non-Member Rate
As Theatre Educators, we are constantly partnering. How do we turn that partnership into a fruitful relationship; that will service our needs, the needs of our students, our community, and those we might be servicing? Through a fellowship I received-at the Colin Powell Center, for Service Learning at The City College of New York-I learned skills that helped strengthen the collaborative service learning efforts made by: The Graduate Program in Educational Theatre at The City College of New York, local schools, and the Harlem community. This workshop will focus on sharing those strategies, and helping participants to apply what is learned, to the needs of their specific partnerships.