TEACHERS! 

WE WELCOME YOU 

THIS SITE CALLS FORTH YOUR BRILLIANCE. 

 

 

 

This content has been developed inspired by various methodologies that value the physical exploration of the rich imagery and rhythm of Shakespeare’s text.

 

In this section you will find a variety of THINGS.

 

                                    video format, blogs, exercises and interactive demonstrations that can be used in isolation within the classroom and fashioned into a working unit program or can be used to inspire another unit of work  [exercises have been developed to engage, inspire creativity and excite the classroom aesthetic]

 

 

In addition to this - this site  provides a portal to interact.

 

This is perhaps our biggest focus point, this website isn’t for us  

          we want it to be a portal of connection between teachersstudents, artists and industry professionals to engage, celebrate and create using the site as a portal for sharing. 

This section provides Teachers and Students with multiple physical introduction/warm-up exercises that celebrates the work of the body,  space & voice. 

This section provides Teachers and Students with multiple physical core content exercises that launches the body in space and works through the textual analysis, character work, blocking & spatial configurations of text work. 

ASSESSMENT

COMING SOON!

THE COMPLETE WORKS

COMING SOON! 

A SPACE WHERE YOU WILL FIND EXTERNAL RESOURCES TO FOSTER THE CLASSROOM AESTHETIC.

 

This section acts as a share-portal, a space where you will find external resources that foster the classroom aesthetic. It includes a collection of books, websites, links to stimulus & music.

Included is a few links aimed to create access to support mental health & wellbeing for teachers. This has been advocated by Outreach Co-ordinator, Leah Dupre.

 

HAVE SOMETHING YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE?

This online domain is a space where we can share our idea's, our resources, our inner-class-workings. 

Please feel free to share your piece of magic wtih Teachers internationally - to aid in the development of rich classroom resources. 

 

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