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Jun 02, 2014 2:28 PM
Is it beautiful?
By Jeffrey Leptak-Moreau. The purpose and value of aesthetics in theatre education, part one, Teaching Theatre, v16n2.
Does it matter if it’s beautiful?
By Jeffrey Leptak-Moreau. The purpose and value of aesthetics in theatre education, part two, Teaching Theatre, v16n3. (TH.Re8.1.6 through TH.Re8.1.III, strand c).
By Suzie Zimmerman. Strategies for including special needs students in the theatre classroom, Teaching Theatre, v19n3. (Model Cornerstone Assessments, strategies for inclusion).
The role of cornerstone tasks in the new theatre standard...
By James Palmarini. An overview of Grant Wiggins’s and Jay McTighe’s Understanding by Design (UbD) approach to student assessment and examples of how it might be applied in theatre classes, Teaching Theatre, v23n4. (Model Cornerstone Assessments).
What do they know?
By Susan K. Green and Stephen Gundersheim. Six steps to successful theatre class assessment, Teaching Theatre v21n2. (Model Cornerstone Assessments).
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