Humanizing the Digital: Pedagogy Plenary
Spring 2020 presented a challenge to move theatre and performance classes online. While roadblocks abounded, innovation did too. We invite you to submit successful lesson plans, exercises, assignments, discussions, and other classroom techniques to share with the membership during this plenary. Presenters will have 7-10 minutes to share their specific example of innovative online pedagogy.
Please submit through this Google form by Sunday, May 31.
Status (select all that apply)
For what population is your teaching example:
Undergraduate theatre majors- general studies/liberal arts
Undergraduate theatre majors- acting
Undergraduate theatre majors- musical theatre
Undergraduate theatre majors- design and production
Undergraduate theatre majors- theatre education
Undergraduate theatre majors- playwriting
Undergraduate theatre majors- directing
Undergraduate theatre majors- dramaturgy
Undergraduate theatre majors- theatre history/theatre/performance studies
Undergraduate students- non-majors/gen ed. course
Undergraduate students- dance/dance studies/movement
Graduate students- acting
Graduate students- design and production
Graduate students- directing
Graduate students- theatre studies, PhD, dramaturgy
Graduate students- playwriting
Community theatre participants- children
Community theatre participants- adults
Professional theatre classes or outreach programming
My example does not fit into these categories (see next question).
If your teaching example does not fit into the list above, please explain demographic in under 10 words.
What category is your example:
Scene work (i.e. solo performance, directing scenes, acting scenes, etc.)
Movement work (i.e. choreography, solo performance, etc.)
Written assignment (i.e. paper, dramaturgy packet, play script)
Design/production assignment (i.e. models, drafting, stage management practical assignment)
Project that is not scene work, movement work, design work, or written assignment
Explain your example in 1-3 sentences:
How are you assessing your example’s success? (i.e. anecdotally, student response, learning objectives)
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