A live online interactive workshop to support creating positive behaviours for learning in the performing arts classroom
Tuesday, 27th April 2021 at 5:00pm – Doors open at 4:55pm
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Whether you teach music, dance or drama, you are most welcome to join our session for creating positive behaviours for learning in the Performing Arts Zoom Classroom. It's all about relationships! This live interactive online exploration helps to develop skills in supporting collaborative (and fun!) 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:
Part one is focused on sharing best practice and networking with colleagues to discover more about building a great learning environment online. After a short break offline, we'll be joined in part two by education consultant Pran Patel for a Q&A on general positive behaviours for learning in teaching children and young people.
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 with special guest Pran Patel
Louisa Roberts B.Ed. (Hons) FRSA FCCT
Stagecoach Performing Arts Head of Education
Louisa has an extensive educational background as an Early Years specialist, KS1 class teacher & music teacher in UK schools and most recently as an assistant headteacher (Inclusion Manager). 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 regular sings 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.
Pran has over 16 years of teaching experience working most recently as an assistant principal. He has an interesting career in leadership; leading standards; behaviour management; professional development and curriculum. As a mental health and BAME advocate, he recently featured in a documentary ‘Why teaching is making me ill’, ‘Black teachers are leaving the profession due to racism’ and his paradigm-shifting TEDx talk and various other TV and media appearances. He is a self-professed ‘outward-facing leader’ and is in the process of writing a book with John Catt Publishers by the same title. Pran joins the session in Part Two for a Q& A with workshop delegates.
Tuesday, April 27th 2021
Doors open: 4:55pm
Bookings close: April 27th 2021