This short, highly practical twilight or short session workshop will explore strategies for integrating practitioner ideas in responses to questions in the new A level exams.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Practitioner methodologies and development of style and practise
- How we can apply methodologies to staging a text
- Building a concept for staging a text using practitioner ideas
|COURSE DATE||Available In-school only|
|WHO FOR?||Heads of Drama
A Level Drama teachers
|IN-SCHOOL||You can also book this as an In-School Course|
Emma Hollis-Brown has wide ranging experience of teaching and learning, working in a range of secondary schools and post 16 institutions specialising in delivering curriculum solutions in English and the Performing Arts and leading high performing faculties to success. Since 2004, Emma has developed a career in initial teacher training, leadership and challenge, and inspection and advisory work supporting curriculum modeling and collaborative quality assurance. In Arts Education settings Emma worked as a Creative Agent, Researcher and Evaluator. Emma is a highly experienced trainer designing and delivering programmes on a range of areas of school improvement. Emma is also a senior examiner for the market leading A Level Theatre Studies specification, a trained assessor both for Arts Mark and Arts Award schemes and an Ofqual Subject Expert. In 2011 Emma established her own training and consultancy company delivering a range of contracts across public and private sectors. Emma is a badged Ofsted Inspector working on both schools and initial teacher training remits as well as a secondary school Governor and Charitable Trustee.