A three hour workshop to support creating positive behaviours for learning in the performing arts classroom.
Wednesday, 13th January 2021 at 4:30pm – Doors open at 4:25pm
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Exclusively available for Stagecoach Performing Arts practitioners and ADPA teaching diploma delegates to support creating positive behaviours for learning in the Performing Arts Classroom. It's all about relationships! This three hour exploration (with one hour of personal reflection and development off-line) helps to develop skills in supporting collaborative (and fun!) face to face and online teaching with a positive ethos for learning.
We love to support our students in being the best versions of themselves - that's what building Creative Courage for Life is all about. This session gives ideas for developing your own strategies to build strong relationships quickly to support the best group dynamics, positive vibes for great performing arts sessions!
Subjects covered in this session include:
Please contact Education@stagecoach.co.uk to find out about discounted and subsidised rates for Stagecoach Teachers, Stagecoach Alumni, members of ABCD and ISM and performers whose employment has been affected by the pandemic.
Venue: Zoom session
Facilitators: Louisa Roberts and Jo Howson
Louisa Roberts B.Ed. (Hons) FRSA FCCT
Stagecoach Performing Arts Head of Educational Programme Development and Training
Louisa has an extensive educational background as an Early Years specialist, Music Teacher and Head of Department in UK schools and most recently as an Assistant Headteacher. Her musical studies have included violin, viola, piano and voice. As a trained practitioner in Kodály methodology, she studied musicianship under David Vinden at the British Kodály Academy. She sings Soprano in a number of chamber vocal ensembles including Sine Nomine International Touring Choir and The Joyful Company of Singers.
Facilitating continuing professional development and mentor training previously as an Area Leader with Trinity College London, Guildhall, The Open University, Assessment and Qualifications Alliance (AQA), Sing for Pleasure, the Voices Foundation and music hubs, she has devised and delivered workshops, mentored and supported teachers, education leaders and performers and directed children's choirs throughout the world for over 20 years.
Jo Howson BA (Hons) MSc QTS
Stagecoach Performing Arts Educational Programme Development and Training Manager
Jo Howson was Head of Drama of at a school in East London for a number of years and holds over 10 years of teaching experience. She has won the national GTC Teacher award for Excellence in Professional Development and the Jack Petchy Award for Outstanding Service to Young People. She holds Qualified Teacher Status, a Distinction from a Masters Degree course in Performance Research from Central School of Speech and Drama and a First Class Degree in Literature and Theatre Studies from the University of Warwick. Jo is passionate about teaching that helps students realise the value of their own creativity. Drama can help challenge students' perceptions about themselves and the world around them and celebrate both the successes and failures in performance, helping the students to grow. She believes outstanding Drama teaching equips students with a joy and confidence that radiates in every role, character or part they play. This can be life-changing!
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Wednesday, January 13th 2021
Doors open: 4:25pm
Bookings close: January 13th 2021