Responding to January 6, 2021
Supporting Students During Times of Anxiety and Stress
a curated list of resources for those wishing to hold guided discussions or build curriculum in response to the January 6, 2021 events.
Grab your favorite beverage and join us! Twice a month, EdTA will host 30-minute conversations around topics that are top of mind for you and your peers. Each session opens with an invited conversation starter who will kick off the conversation. EdTA members can join the interactive webinar using the link below.
Upcoming Webinars and Events
Teaching Radio Theatre: Creating an Old Time Radio Drama
January 14th - 7:30 p.m. Eastern
Larry Groebe, founder of the Generic Radio Workshop, has been recreating old time radio for nearly 40 years. This year he turned to the Zoom app to create Project Audion, which has produced video-augmented radio shows using voice actors from across the country. Join Larry and learn how he did it!
Culturally Inclusive Teaching: Creating an Action Plan
January 26th - 7:30 p.m. Eastern
In this ninety-minute session, you will work with educator Joshua Rashon Streeter to learn how to create a plan of action to guide culturally inclusive teaching in your classroom. Together, we will identify steps a teacher can take to unpack their own practice and re-think their curriculum and methods.
Let's Talk Podcasts
Seasoned theatre teachers and visiting guests share tips and experiences in this series of panel discussions.
Member Meet Up: Engaging Students with PuppetsKate Katz of All Hands In Workshops shares some intriguing ideas for using puppet projects to engage students and strengthen social and emotional learning. A unique approach to get those cameras on!You must log in to access content.
Member Meet Up: Crafting Virtual Productions with Kristi FullerKristi Fuller of Philadelphia, NY shares her journey into crafting virtual productions in this informal member chat.You must log in to access content.
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