The Seattle Repertory Theatre is also hosting a professional development workshop for Teaching Artists. Spots are very limited for this two-day workshop so contact them as soon as possible! Here is the press release:
When: Seattle March 19th and 20th, 2010 from 9:00-5:00
Where: The Seattle Repertory Theatre
You are invited to apply for admission to this free two day professional development workshop for Teaching Artists. Spots are extremely limited for this workshop; please send your contact information and a teaching artist resume, or brief description of your teaching experience via e-mail to:
Teaching Artist Training (TATLab) Seattle will once again gather teaching artists for a two day workshop based on a curriculum developed by the Seattle Repertory Theatre, the Denver Center and the Shakespeare Theatre. The curriculum is designed to provide “emerging” teaching artists with a comprehensive classroom toolkit (including Observation, Assessment, Curriculum Development and Classroom Management techniques.) Teaching Artists are led through an engaging, interactive, supportive two day training in Lab format, then will have the chance to meet, reflect and network with each other via additional Teaching Artist Convenings scheduled throughout the 2010 school year.
The Teaching Artist Training Lab (TATLab) is a professional development initiative developed by education professionals and teaching artists from the Shakespeare Theatre Company, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and Seattle Repertory Theatre as well as through contributions from over 45 education professionals from theatres across the country. TAT is designed to increase the capacity of teaching artists working in both schools and community-based organizations by providing comprehensive training to teaching artists. The Cross-Discipline TAT Lab will include skills and exercises from four artistic disciplines, including music, dance, theatre and visual arts.
For more information, or to apply for the TAT LAB, please contact: Scott
Koh firstname.lastname@example.org (206) 443-2202 ext 1043.