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Experts from Folger Education are guest presenters for a March 18 webinar in the PBS Teachers LIVE! Series. The topic is "Remixing Shakespeare for 21st Century Students" and participants will learn practical and exciting ways they can incorporate Shakespeare’s King Lear, and other literary works, into history, social studies, English, and language arts instruction.


In this webinar, the speakers will present and demonstrate methods for teaching Shakespeare using digital media. These strategies were developed by workshop leaders and teachers during the Folger’s nationally recognized Teaching Shakespeare Institutes.

 

The Presenters

  • Robert Young is the Director of Education for Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C.
  • Michael LoMonico is the Senior Consultant on National Education for Folger Shakespeare Library and a lecturer at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, N.Y.
  • Christopher Shamburg is the Associate Professor of Educational Technology for New Jersey City University in Jersey City, N.J.
  • Amy Ulen is an English teacher at Tumwater High School in Tumwater, W.A, founder of www.ShakespeareHigh.com, and creator of numerous online instructional resources for teachers.
  • Mary Ellen Dakin is an English teacher at Revere High School in Revere, M.A.
  • Josh Cabat is an English teacher at Roslyn High School in Roslyn, N.Y.
 
Ian McKellen with the cast, King Lear



Blog Entries

Mike Lomonico's Blog: Mashups, Remixes, and Web 2.0

Shakespeare High


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Chris Shamburg: Remixing Shakespeare




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