Teachers, we know you’ve got so much to think about. Your brain is full!
Take a break and use The Distance Learning Resource for warm-ups, exercises, and articles specific to teaching in a virtual environment.
Distance learning can be challenging. But any experience can be used to encourage students to think creatively and problem solve theatrically. Just remember to not compare what you’re doing in a virtual environment to what you did in a traditional classroom.
Use the warm-ups, exercises and articles in The Distance Learning Resource to focus on the virtual classroom. You can do it!Click to Read a Free Excerpt
by Lindsay Price
Choice boards give students the opportunity to choose how they want to learn a particular subject. Create Your Own Choice Boards: Drama Activities can help encourage your students' independence by allowing them to take an active role in their learning.
by Lindsay Price, by Matthew Webster, by Karen Loftus
Learn how to adapt things that were originally written for traditional classrooms to different environments.
by Lindsay Price, by Karen Loftus
Learn how to engage your "no camera" theatre students.
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