Planning is not a paper exercise!
Wednesday, 8th December 2021 at 5:00pm – Doors open at 4:55pm
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A bank holiday twilight workshop for Stagecoach Teachers (Early Stages & Main Stages), Managers and Principals... because we love Stagecoach so much - we cannot wait for the term to start!
Planning is not a paper exercise…
Whether you're new to Stagecoach teaching or would just like a refresh on great practice, this session explores planning and progression through engaging activities and professional conversation. This workshop will support practitioners in delivering high quality performing arts teaching and learning!
This online workshop addresses some of the challenges in facilitating performing arts lessons such as effective student engagement, lesson pace and structure and planning for all groups of learners.
Subjects covered to include:
There will be a 'soft ending' where delegates can stay on to speak to the facilitators and ask questions about their own contexts.
Venue: Online ZoomWorkshop Facilitators: Alita Mills and Louisa Roberts
Alita Mills - Learning Consultant
Alita is a music and performing arts educator in the broadest sense. She has taught in formal, informal, mainstream, special needs, academic and vocational settings. In her role as Director in several arts organisations, Alita has led on teacher training, mentoring, income generation and programme development both in the UK and internationally. Core to many initiatives has been her development of community, education and business partnerships.
Such is the joy of being involved in the world of education and the performing arts.
Louisa Roberts - Head of Learning - Stagecoach Performing Arts
Louisa has an extensive educational background as an Early Years specialist, KS1 class teacher & music teacher in UK primary and secondary schools and as an assistant headteacher in North London. 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.
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Wednesday, December 8th 2021
Doors open: 4:55pm
Bookings close: December 8th 2021