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Experiential Learning: Broadway Style

August 15, 2017

Experiential learning is an important aspect of a student’s education. Yet, do you struggle to find ways to provide students with diverse, experience-based learning opportunities that help students apply their knowledge and conceptual understanding to real-world problems?

In the next Teach & Travel EdWebinar, experts discuss experiential learning—Broadway style.

Join Michael Watson (Broadway actor, playwright and founder of Broadway InMotion), Angela Pierce (Broadway actor and educator currently performing in the new play Oslo at Lincoln Center Theatre) and Bob Hofmann (Vice President of Broadway Inbound for the Shubert Organization) as they discuss how Broadway enriches students’ theater experience—and enhances the educational value of attending a show—through workshops and master classes taught by Broadway professionals.

Watson, Pierce and Hofmann will share philosophies and techniques for engaging students in formal, guided and authentic real-world experiences that can be transferred to classrooms (or rehearsal rooms) anywhere—and any subject.

“Experiential Learning through Theater: Lessons from Broadway!” is scheduled for Tuesday, May 16, 3 – 4 p.m. EDT, and is perfect for any middle school and high school educators interested in bringing experiential learning into the classroom.

Teach & Travel webinars on edWeb provide the most up-to-date information on student travel news, research and trends, travel requirements, fresh destination ides and smart planning tips in a professional community that provides educators with the opportunity to collaborate with teachers from around the world in a discussion forum, as they learn about and explore the benefits of learning beyond the classroom.

Join today and register for our next webinar to learn how to best engage students in experiential learning.