Program Details

The Arts Integration Summer Institute is an exploration and immersion training experience in the use of Drama-Based Pedagogy (active and creative learning strategies across the curriculum). This four-day intensive program provides an opportunity for educators and working professionals from across the region to gather and explore the power of learning in and through the arts.

During the Institute, participants will:

  • Receive a copy of the new Drama-Based Pedagogy book.
  • Explore drama-based pedagogy specific to grade levels and contexts.
  • Work in professional learning communities to dialogue and reflect.
  • Develop a deeper understanding of arts-based pedagogy.
  • Experience and facilitate arts-integration lessons.
  • Access the Drama-Based Pedagogy Network (online).
Registration Details

June 14 - 17, 2021

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM EST

Synchronously Online via Zoom

Registration:

Institute Only:

Early Bird Registration by May 1, 2021

$175

Standard Registration by June 10, 2021

$225

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Refunds for registration can not be given after June 10, 2021. Cost of registration includes textbook and materials pack (a $60 value). Continuing Education Credit is available for an extra fee.

"This was worthwhile and engaging professional development. I recommend it to other teachers.”

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

I loved seeing all the ways we can apply kinesthetic learning in the classroom to get students engaged.

Lots of great, meaningful strategies that can be used immediately in my classroom! The group interaction and play made the content of your presentation memorable and fun!

“Wonderful, safe, and encouraging environment to try new strategies!”

“Thank you for helping build my confidence as a teacher! I have learned a lot and loved having the chance to try out the strategies, plan a lesson, and teach the lesson! I can’t wait to start the school year with a bang!”

“I was so excited to come each day. It was such a privilege to get to participate in this course!”

Additional Information:

Facilitated by arts integration and drama specialist Joshua Streeter (Assistant Professor of Theatre Education at James Madison University) and presented in partnership with Drama for Schools (University of Texas at Austin). Any questions please contact streetjr@jmu.edu.

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