Professional Learning Workshops
Program Delivery (2020-2021)
The Alliance Theatre Institute is deeply committed to supporting teachers and students as schools navigate developments related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID 19). To ensure the safety of our team and partners, all Institute programming will occur virtually via real-time video conferencing or pre-recorded videos for the remainder of the school year.
"WOW! Our session facilitator took us on a journey that revived my soul to play. Thanks for the experience." - Cobb County Theater Teacher
Professional learning events offer educators training in a new skill or technique, deep understanding of best practices, practical tools and resources, exclusive access to industry leaders, and the opportunity to thrive as artists.
Districts and schools depend on the Alliance Theatre as a go-to resource for high quality professional learning events related to arts integration, STEAM, performing arts (theater, dance/movement, music, dramatic writing), allyship and anti-bias, and other related topics.
Professional learning events are designed to serve up to 30 educators and are flexible in length, from 1-2 hours to a half-day (3-4 hours) or full day (5-6 hours) event.
Examples of previously developed workshops include:
- Arts Integration, Part 1
- Arts Integration, Part 2
- Best Practices for Virtual Instruction
- Costume Design on a Budget
- Crafting a Ten-Minute Play
- Digital Storytelling
- Directing Workshop
- Musical Theater Choreography
- STEAM Connections
- Story Baskets
Occasionally, the Alliance Theatre Institute offers drop-in professional learning events. Revisit this webpage for updates on future opportunities.
Click here for resources from the Alliance Theatre Educator Conference in June 2020.
"Thank you! That was SO MUCH FUN, and I really took away a better sense of how to incorporate drama into activities. The creative ways you shared to engage kids really bring that “A” into play without adding additional time to instruction. It is a way to approach instruction differently and more effectively. Great session!" - Fayette County Schools Teacher
For more information, please contact:
Infants – Kindergarten
Hallie Angelella, email@example.com, 404-733-5255
Rebecca Pogue, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-733-5329
Liz Davis, email@example.com, 404-733-5256