EdTA professional members are theatre educators, teaching artists, administrators, and other individuals who have an interest in keeping theatre a part of the educational curriculum.
Find the tools you need for your classroom and professional learning: EdTA's Learning Center raises the bar for theatre educator professional development by offering standards-based resources including webinars, curricula, assessment models, and more.
With more than 300 lesson plans covering grades K-12 and all areas of theatre, EdTA's Learning Center has you covered. EdTA has vetted every lesson plan to ensure alignment with the National Core Arts Standards. The Lesson Plan Library is available exclusively to members.
EdTA’s mentoring program is a unique online networking and career development tool that helps members find, connect, and share experiences with others. Mentors and mentees can be in the same city or on the other side of the world.
When you join EdTA, you join a family of theatre educators like you. EdTA offers many ways to make connections, including regular virtual meetups, networking at in-person events, and participating in EdTA’s online Theatre Education Community.
As the leading professional association for theatre teachers, EdTA is the voice of theatre education at the national and state level. Your membership supports EdTA’s ongoing work to affirm the professionalism of theatre educators and the value of arts education.
Access job listings, post your résumé, and look for qualified theatre education professionals in this online career database. Search the Career Center by job title, keyword, or location. Plus, members get one free job posting per year.
EdTA members always get discounted admission to the association’s signature events, the International Thespian Festival and Theatre Education Conference. Many EdTA chapters also offer a member price break for their local festivals and conferences.
EdTA and its members help define the future of theatre education worldwide.
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