Starting to plan for 2023? Want to shake up your scope and sequence? Want to see other options for units? Want to reflect on backward mapping? Want to talk with others and see what works in different contexts? New to a school and don’t know where to start?
If you answered ‘YES’ to any of these questions then come along to Drama NSW ‘Planning and Programming for 2023’ Professional Learning event.
During this PL you will:
• Reflect on what we want the students to achieve educationally and personally
• Examine the syllabus and consider key parts
• Share current successes
• Use interactive tools to play around with scope and sequences
• Collaborate with others
• Reflect on the styles/forms/practitioners/plays chosen and how they provide a varied voice and experience for students
• Develop collaborative scopes and sequences
There is no one size fits all scope and sequence, however, this Professional Learning will allow you to take a deep dive into the syllabus ensuring you are meeting what you need while making it appropriate to your context. Plus, you will get to bounce ideas off others and continue to build your Drama network.
About the presenter
Tahnae Luke is currently Head Teacher Drama & Visual Arts at Hunter School of the Performing Arts with recent experience as Head Teacher Creative Industries at Kurri Kurri High School and Drama teacher at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts. She has presented at numerous State and National Drama Conferences, is a HSC marker, written for JEDA and the Drama NSW E-Magazine and has produced and directed shows through co-curricular programs. She has also completed her Masters of Educational Studies with Distinction majoring in Pedagogy, Leadership and International Comparative Curriculum. With a passion for transforming schools, Tahnae has been heavily involved at leading educational change through the 4C’s.
Teacher nominated hours could work towards the following Teaching Standards:
2.2.2 Organise content into coherent, well-sequenced learning and teaching programs.
2.3.2 Design and implement learning and teaching programs using knowledge of curriculum, assessment and reporting requirements.
7.4.2 Participate in professional and community networks and forums to broaden knowledge and improve practice.