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Secondary School Producing [clear filter]
Thursday, March 6
 

10:30am

Sociodrama for the Classroom: An Introduction to Theory and Techniques
Explore techniques and theory. Learn tools for psychosocial development and ensemble creation as well as specific and practical applications for theatre education.

Speakers
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Lilavati Sinclair

Hypothetical Theatre Company
Lilavati Sinclair, is a licensed social worker and Director of Educational Outreach for The Hypothetical Theatre Company. As a social worker and an advocate for the therapeutic and social benefits of the arts, Lilavati brings sociodramatic techniques to a variety of academic, therapeutic... Read More →


Thursday March 6, 2014 10:30am - 11:45am
BH Ashland Place B

1:00pm

Teaching Theatre Game: Those Who Can, TEACH!
What if those who can, teach! Play the game of classroom and production management. Draw scenario cards and suggest/learn the best course of action.

Speakers
avatar for Chip Rome

Chip Rome

Consultant, Educational Stages
Chip Rome helps theatre educators become more confident and successful by providing resources to anticipate and manage the logistical, administrative and political challenges of working in a school setting. As a consultant with Educational Stages, he also coaches public speakers... Read More →


Thursday March 6, 2014 1:00pm - 2:15pm
RV Jubilee Suite

5:30pm

Integrating Drama Across the Curriculum
There are ways to integrate drama that enhance learning in both theatre and the other subject areas. Come learn tried and true techniques for teaching strategies that work in today's classrooms!

Speakers
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Jonas Basom

Drama Education Network
Jonas Basom is a national consultant presenter and teacher trainer for theatre arts and literacy in grades K-12. Winner of the Bravo Award for Outstanding Arts Educator of California, he is the creator of The Drama Game File, a curriculum program in arts and literacy used by K-12... Read More →


Thursday March 6, 2014 5:30pm - 6:45pm
RV Riverboat Suite
 
Saturday, March 8
 

9:00am

Secondary School Interest Group Meeting
Annual meeting for anyone interested in the field of secondary school teachers.

Moderators
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Bill Murray

SETC Division Representative, Art Institute of Jacksonville

Saturday March 8, 2014 9:00am - 10:15am
RV Bay Pointe Suite

12:00pm

In Someone Else's Skin: Empathy Through Scriptwriting
Creative writing becomes live performance as participants look through the lens of various characters, events, and cultural contexts in order to craft an original piece of dramatic verse.

Speakers
avatar for Tori Lee Averett

Tori Lee Averett

Department Chair, Theatre and Dance, Troy University
Tori Lee Averett brings a strong and committed voice for all arts education. Her work with integrating theatre, music, dance, and creative writing serves as a model for what the performing arts can achieve in and outside the classroom, across arts and non-arts disciplines, and in... Read More →


Saturday March 8, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
CC 107 A

1:00pm

Conversation with Colleagues

Teachers are the most important factor in student achievement. Come celebrate yourself and each other in a conversation with colleagues sponsored by SETC’s Teachers Institute. Engage with other K-12 teachers and be prepared to ask questions, offer new ideas, make a new friend, and help SETC provide you with the programs you need to energize your classroom. Chocolate will be provided.


Moderators
avatar for Elaine Malone

Elaine Malone

SETC Secondary School Division Chair
Elaine Malone spent 36 years teaching theatre at The Galloway School in Atlanta, GA and at Durham Academy in Durham, NC. In 2005, Elaine received a Disney Teacher Award for Creativity in Teaching. She was a writer/reviewer for the textbook Basic Drama Projects. Elaine was on the Boards... Read More →

Saturday March 8, 2014 1:00pm - 2:30pm
CC 203 A