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The Moveable Classroom

Teaching and learning are forms of sharing. The dynamic “classroom” could be anywhere: A traditional classroom, a lab, a theatre, a park – anywhere students and teachers are found exchanging ideas. It is the teacher’s role to lead the class and to share her knowledge, experience and enthusiasm. But it is also each student’s role to share thoughts and ideas with the class. The true classroom is the incubator for an abiding devotion to the arts. I want to prepare my students for a fulfilling career in theatre, should they seek it, or equally to provide them with a deeper understanding of this art even if they do not plan to make a career of it.

The Flexible Teacher

Ultimately, the classroom should be a place for students to learn to produce not just theatre shows, but lifelong memories for both the audience and the theatrical practitioners. On a more practical note, the successful teacher brings interesting ways of learning into the classroom. There are different ways of learning and taking in information. It is the responsibility of the teacher to help each student understand the coursework and be able to retain the knowledge.