Thank you for all the amazing things I learned at the workshop. You made all those risk-taking activities more comfortable." - 8th grade teacher in Seattle
Mainstage Professional Development
Join us before each Free Educator Preview during the season for a Professional Development workshop just for teachers. Education Director Don Fleming and special guests will model curriculum that explores the themes, subjects, and style of the play you are going to see with your students. Workshops include resource packets with written lesson plans and a show poster.
Earn 3 clock hours for each workshop attended during the year.
To find out about this season’s workshops and to RSVP, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.443.0807 x1123
In-Service Professional Trainings
Gain more confidence as you build your theatre skills with Seattle Children’s Theatre’s talented Teaching Artists. We’ll share age-appropriate drama exercises and techniques to enhance your curriculum and work with you to meet specific curriculum standards using theatrical techniques.
$150 per hour
Discounts available for multiple bookings at the same location.
(Mileage will be added for locations outside King County, WA)
To find out about this season’s trainings e-mail email@example.com or call 206.443.0807 x1123
Bringing Theatre into the Classroom (BTiC)
Make every subject come alive. Join us for an engaging, fun, five-day intensive summer workshop that will teach you ways to integrate drama into your entire curriculum. First-hand involvement allows time to test ideas and build them into workable, practical units. Teachers have the opportunity to “try out” curriculum in a supportive environment and walk away with an extensive resource notebook. Teaching artists will follow-up this experience by spending five hours in your classroom during the coming year. Clock hours and university credit are available. Click here for more information and to apply.
Washington State Teaching Artist Training Lab (TATLab)
An eight-month professional development program with a focus on supporting arts education as part of basic education in K-12 schools. Click here for more information.