Learn to use improvisation as a teaching and rehearsal process.
Join experienced artist, producer, educator and star from The Big Hoo Haa! Libby Klysz, for an action packed Professional Learning workshop at BREC.
More Than Space Jump: how to use improvisation as a teaching and rehearsal process across the 7-12 curriculum. Learn how to backwards map from the improvisation section in the ATAR Drama exam and contemporary rehearsal processes found in Units 3 & 4, to support student development and resilience in this area.
A practical workshop for middle and senior school teachers of Drama, English and any teacher looking for ways to build creativity and resilience in their pedagogy.
About the Facilitator
Libby Klysz has worked as a teacher, lecturer and ATAR marker for over fifteen years. She also works as a performer, director, writer, manager, and producer for a wide variety of companies, such as The Last Great Hunt, Lunchbox Productions UK, Black Swan State Theatre Company, Barking Gecko Theatre, the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and The Blue Room Theatre.
Libby works between the education and arts industries, and is particularly known for her work in improvisational theatre around the country. She develops arts education resources for Western Australian classrooms and theatre companies, is a freelance consultant to schools and lectures for the School of Education at Edith Cowan University.
Bookings & Enquiries can be made to BREC’s Education Team online via email email@example.com or by telephone 08 9792 3111.