Is your classroom shifting from a traditional in-person environment? Are you being asked to submit plans for social distancing? Are most of your students at home without regular access to a computer? Whatever the scenario, adaptation is going to be key.
Learn how to adapt material originally written for traditional classrooms to new environments with Adapt Now: Adapting Drama Classroom Materials to Different Distance Environments.
You don’t have to reinvent the wheel with your curriculum.
Adapt Now: Adapting Drama Classroom Materials to Different Distance Environments provides a number of adaptation examples for warm-ups, instruction methods, activities and exercises - all designed to help you adapt, shift focus, and continue to work on skills no matter where your students are.Click to Read a Free Excerpt
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Warm-ups, exercises, and articles specific to teaching in a virtual environment.
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