Teachers are an essential part of the Folger. Work with us face-to-face and online!
Check out Folger Teaching, our NEW online home for Teacher Members of the Folger Shakespeare Library. Become a Teacher Member to enjoy exclusive access to live-streamed workshops and a video library of on-demand professional development. Explore lesson plans that get students grappling on their own with a wide range of complex texts. Dive deep into the content that inspired you to teach it as you explore specially curated performances, exhibitions and research from the wide world of the Folger.
Don't miss these upcoming online workshops on Folger Teaching Live!
- Wednesday, October 21 - Juicy Lesson! Choral Reading Imtiaz Dharker's "The Trick" and Shakespeare's Sonnet 43 OPEN TO ALL
- Wednesday, Novemeber 4 - Shakespeare and Race: Why Shakespeare Now with Dr. Ruben Espinosa OPEN TO ALL
- Wednesday, November 18 - Juicy Lesson! The Monologue Project.
- Wednesday, December 2 - Shakespeare and Gender: A Conversation with Dr. Kathryn Vomero Santos.
- Wednesday, December 9 - The Ultimate Resource: The Folger Shakespeare OPEN TO ALL
- Wednesday, December 16 - Juicy Lesson! TBA
For a $40 donation, become a Teacher Member of the Folger Shakespeare Library and receive unprecedented support for the deeply important work you do. Have the very best of the Folger at your fingertips, all the time, at our NEW Folger Teaching. As a Teacher Member, you’ll have exclusive access to live-streaming and on-demand webinars, along with a growing library of lesson plans and other classroom resources. Be a part of this institution and of our robust teacher community that stretches across the country and around the world. Let us work together to make teaching and learning exciting, rigorous, and inspiring for all.
DC Public Schools
We love our city and its teachers. We have partnered with DCPS to lead the teaching and learning of Shakespeare in our city’s public schools. From developing a new high school Shakespeare curriculum and providing professional development for English teachers to hosting student matinees and public demonstrations of student learning, we are committed to supporting the work of DCPS teachers and students. This initiative is multi-faceted and growing, so please check back, or email Corinne Viglietta (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more information.
Teaching Shakespeare Institute
Since 1984, the National Endowment for the Humanities has supported the Teaching Shakespeare Institute (TSI), an intense, month-long study of Shakespeare. The institute looks at Shakespeare's work from three essential perspectives: scholarship, performance, and curriculum. Learn about TSI 2020: Shakespeare and the Making of America. *Rescheduled to Summer 2021