The SETC Teachers Institute is an all-day seminar designed for: middle and high school teachers who use or integrate theatre techniques into their classroom; directors of theatre arts programs; teaching artists; and students studying to be theatre educators.
15th Annual Teachers Institute
When: Wed. Feb. 26, 2020, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Kentucky International Convention Center
Louisville, KY | 71st Annual SETC Convention
Registration Opens: Oct. 15, 2019 at Noon ET
Regular Registration Deadline: Jan. 22, 2020 at Noon ET
Cost: $85 (Includes Lunch)
We look forward to announcing the presenter and programming for our 15th annual Teachers Institute.
Recap: 14th Annual Teachers Institute
Thank you to Tim Webb and all the teachers and teachers-to-be who joined us for the 14th annual Teachers Institute, Wed., Feb. 27, 2019, in Knoxville, TN, for a day of learning, inspiration and creative renewal.
The theme for the day was “Theatre for All Abilities.” It was an honor to welcome Tim Webb, co-founder of Oily Cart in the U.K., which makes “All Sorts of Theatre for All Sorts of Kids.” Since 1981, Oily Cart Theatre has created original, interactive, multi-sensory theatre that has captivated audiences around the globe. We hope everyone took home new tools to reach students on the autism spectrum, those with learning disabilities, and those who have nontraditional learning styles.
Read more about the day’s activities and about Tim Webb’s practices in Hop on the Cart: Making Theatre the Oily Cart Way, featured in the Spring 2019 issue of Southern Theatre Magazine.
Professional Development / Continuing Education
Take advantage of gaining CEUs and professional development credits at SETC’s Teachers Institute AND the more than 300 workshops offered at the convention. Contact SETC Central Office for more information on continuing education units and/or professional development documentation. Contact your local education agency or fine arts coordinator in your county to find out what you need to qualify for Professional Development Credits. SETC provides a form to track classes and hours and a certificate of attendance for verification. It is the responsibility of the teacher to work within their school system or accreditation bodies to receive their CEUs.