The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and University of Warwick join forces to offer teachers a new professional development route to help them transform the classroom experience of Shakespeare for young people across the world. Teaching Shakespeare is a groundbreaking online professional development platform for teachers which has now launched online at www.teachingshakespeare.ac.uk
Teachers can register their interest there now and the first set of courses and resources will be available in Autumn 2012.
At the heart of Teaching Shakespeare is a specially-created set of online resources offering teachers unique access to an active approach to teaching Shakespeare inspired by the RSC’s rehearsal room practice.
Teaching Shakespeare also features exclusive podcasts and interviews with internationally renowned artists and directors as well as a range of specialist academics and teachers. For example, the RSC’s legendary Voice Director Cicely Berry, actor David Oyelowo (Henry VI for the RSC and most recently in Rise of the Planet of the Apes) and directors Rupert Goold, Roxana Silbert, and Michael Boyd all provide insights into their working practices and show how Shakespeare is a writer uniquely placed to speak to the cares and concerns of young people today.
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