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Making Connections



 

 

 
 

The Spirit of Drama

 

How does technology help you teach Shakespeare? "It's collaborative... and available 24 hours a day," says Robert Barker.

 

Getting students to connect to their studies can happen when we make connections to the techonology they're familiar with. Learning to collaborate in an online environment translates into collaborating on their feet in groups studying Shakespeare's plays.

 

"When they work together, I think it captures the spirit of what drama is about."

 

Keep the discussion going! See Robert in our What's Done is Done Webinar recorded on May 14, 2013 to learn more about using technology to make connections between students, their studies, and each other!

 
Children's Shakespeare Festival



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Teacher Talk

What's Done is Done Online: Recorded May 14, 2013



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