Our workshops are designed to help teachers make Shakespeare fun and accessible within the classroom. Programs are structured around a Shakespeare text and will enable teachers to integrate theater-based activities into their curriculum in order to engage students with Shakespeare’s stories.
Date & Time: June 28 - 29, 2017, 10:00AM - 5:00PM daily
Location: Boscobel House and Gardens, 1601 NY-9D, Garrison, NY
"I've been to countless workshops in my 15 years of teaching... this workshop was my all-time favorite. It reinvigorated so much about my own pedagogy and simply my own personality."
Our professional development program provides teachers the opportunity to learn HVSF's proven methodology for enlivening a student's study of Shakespeare in the classroom. HVSF Artists and local scholars will engage you in interactive theater activities and in-depth discussions that will challenge you to think creatively and critically about Shakespeare's work. We will demonstrate how these activities enable students to explore and analyze Shakespeare's texts and provide a solid foundation for integrating these techniques into your classroom, all while promoting communication, collaboration, and confidence. Roughly 14 professional development hours. $350 per educator, including lunch and some supplies.
Our one-day Resource Workshops can be held in classrooms, auditoriums, or comparable spaces year-round. $750 per workshop.
Combine our Teachers' Shakespeare Institute with a Teachers' Resource Workshop or Students' Workshop for $725-$3,425.
To register for our Institute or book an in-school workshop, contact Nora Rosoff, Associate Director of Education at (845) 809-5750 x13 or firstname.lastname@example.org.