Professional Learning Workshops
"WOW! Our session facilitator took us on a journey that revived my soul to play. Thanks for the experience." - Cobb County Theater Teacher
What is an Alliance Theatre Institute workshop?
An Alliance Theatre Institute workshop is a period of instruction for a targeted teacher group that focuses on specific concepts, skills or techniques. Workshops are offered in 2-hour, 4-hour, or 8-hour formats, depending upon the requirements of the topic and needs of the participants.
If you are interested in adding the "A" to your STEM programs, exploring arts integration strategies, and/or deepening your understanding of theater concepts, we have a professional learning workshop for you!
The Alliance Theatre Institute will customize the workshop to address your school’s needs and interests. Workshops can take place at the Woodruff Arts Center or your school.
Explore arts integration strategies with the Alliance Theatre Institute on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 9 AM - 12 PM. This workshop is designed for administrators and teachers who are new to arts integration; however, educators of all grade levels and content areas are invited to join.
The event contains two parts. First, participants will engage in a whole group Introduction to Arts Integration workshop that will define the practice and provide examples across the curriculum and pre-K through grade 12 experience. Then, participants will break into small grade-level specific groups (early childhood, elementary, and secondary) to practice, plan, and implement specific strategies in their unique classroom settings.
Individual Registration: $35
Group of 3 or more: $25
Workshops from the 2018-19 school year included:
For general classroom teachers – Classroom Management through the Arts; Introduction to Arts Integration; Science and Drama – Really?; STEM Story Baskets
For theater teachers – Costuming; Directing; Dramaturgy; Lighting; Moment Work; Movement; Scene Study; Set-building
For more information, please contact Rebecca Pogue at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.733.5329.