EdTA’s office will be closed from Saturday, December 23 through Monday, January 1. Happy Holidays to all!
Everyone deserves access to quality education. But if you’re like most educators, you may feel ill-equipped to offer meaningful curriculum to your students with disabilities. By the end of this
In this webinar, Acting Teacher Robyn Cohen (Artistic Director of The Cohen Acting Studio and Professional Actor), will explore with attendees the Meisner technique and its powerful foundations and fundamentals.
As of 2021, the CDC says one in 44 children are on the Autism Spectrum, so chances are several are going to end up in your drama class! Each person
This pre-recorded webinar will be available starting February 15th Helping your students deal with stress and trauma begins with understanding the continuum of impacts and reactions and having ready some
This pre-recorded webinar will be available starting February 14th Theatre teachers are now dealing with an incredible amount of stress and trauma that is impacting the community they strive to create in
The use of data and storytelling can have a positive and powerful impact on your program and arts education advocacy. Learn from Virginia arts educator and advocate Annamarie Bollino as
Teachers, you’ve probably heard your students who are auditioning for musical theatre and acting programs use phrases like “prescreens”, “Unifieds” or “audition package” and you may be thinking WHAT? Or