Check out our Winter/Spring 2013 Courses for Early Childhood Educators:
Level II: We Have Puppets! What's Next? Designed as a follow up to the the Level I session, this workshop is will delve deeper on using puppetry to support emergent literacy skills and address in-class issues such as shyness and aggression. Giant three-person puppets will also be explored as a way to introduce pageantry and performance to the classroom. This workshop is designed to give educators hands-on training in using both forms of puppetry as interactive tools for learning.
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Drama in the Early Childhood Classroom
Learn tools and strategies for creating a school skit in the classroom or on a stage. Put together a theatrical production with less stress and great success!
10 registrations for any combination of registrants and spring workshops for $855. Click the link above to register at the discounted price.
To register for multiple workshops at the discounted price, call Heidi Kleister at 212-652-2013.
CUNY Creative Arts Team
101 West 31st Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY
OUR Apologies: This Workshop is full to capacity. We are starting a waiting list. Please email Helen.email@example.com to add you to the list.
We Have Puppets! Now What??
Back by Popular Demand
Moving Puppets Off the Shelf and Into Action in the Early Childhood Classroom
5-Hour Professional Development
Earn a CUNY Certificate of Completion
This workshop returns due to popular demand. The session is designed to give early childhood educators hands-on training in using puppetry as an interactive tool for learning.
What can I expect to gain from this workshop?
Participants will work with a variety of puppets, including the basic sock puppet and the more sophisticated soft “muppet-like” puppet, and will touch on the large three-person Chinese dragon-esque puppets.
Who should attend?
Early childhood educators interested in exploring a new outlet for engaging their students.
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED
CAT (CUNY - Creative Arts Team) uses the power of drama to inspire lives.
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