Professional Development for School Teachers
Learn inquiry-based approaches to teaching Shakespeare that support BC’s curriculum and reflect present-day values.
We look forward to offering in-person professional development sessions as soon as we can safely do so. In the meantime, we are delighted to offer these sessions online!
Why Shakespeare? Why now? And how?
What place does Shakespeare have in the contemporary classroom and in BC’s curriculum? Is there value in exploring Shakespeare’s plays and poems today? If so, how do we approach Shakespeare in ways that reflect present-day values and foster community?
Join the Education team from Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival as we discuss these questions and share our participant-first approach to exploring and interpreting Shakespeare’s plays.
- Surrey Teachers’ Association convention: May 7, 2021
- British Columbia Teacher of English Language Arts (BCTELA) conference: October 22, 2021
- Provincial Intermediate and Middle Years Teachers’ Association (myPITA) conference: October 22, 2021
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We can come to you, or we can hold a session on Zoom.
If we’re coming to your school, a theatre, classroom, library, or similar space are ideal. We just ask that workshops not be held in gymnasiums, since acoustics can be a problem.
We can fit your requirements. Sessions can be as short as 75 minutes or as long as a full day. The more time we have the more we’re able to cover.
Click here to read about how Bard Education’s programming can enhance your students’ learning within BC’s curriculum.