BREC’s professional learning program gives teachers based in the South West region a chance to connect with artists, leading educators and peers in a series of practical workshops that explore creative ways to enhance learning experiences through arts education.
This year’s program opens with Integrating Dance into the Classroom is a practical workshop full of activities and strategies for using movement and dance as a tool for engagement and learning in the classroom.
Presented by dance educator Rachael Bott, the workshop explores ways to activate whole body learning and is suitable for primary school teachers. But there’s no need for concern, no prior dance experience is required and in fact, the strategies explored during the workshop can be used across all subject areas.
Integrating Dance Into The Classroom runs 18 March 2020 at 4pm.
Teachers looking for new and creative ways to build resilience in their pedagogy can join experienced educator and artist Libby Klysz for an action packed workshop, Improvisation as a Teaching Process. This practical workshop directly relates to the ATAR Drama Exam and provides classroom ready skills for middle and senior school teachers.
Improvisation as a Teaching Process runs 26th March at 5pm.
If theatre tech is more your thing, then check out the Technical Theatre Workshop run by BREC’s expert Backstage Team. You’ll have the chance to get back stage in this 2 hour workshop, covering the basics of stage tech, lighting, microphone placement, amplification and scenery. Just imagine how incredible your next school production could be.
BREC’s Technical Theatre Workshop runs 11 May at 4pm
BREC’s professional learning workshops are $30 per teacher and all attendees will receive an official certificate of completion. Bookings can be made online or by contacting BREC’s Education Team on 08 9792 3111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org