Shakespeare's Globe

Courses for Teachers

  • Education/Teachers_Workshop

We currently offer the following postgraduate courses for qualified teachers:

 

MA Creative Arts in the Classroom

This course, offered in partnership with King’s College London, explores how schools and arts organisations can work together to support and enhance learning and teaching across the curriculum.

Students complete four taught modules and a dissertation. The two compulsory taught modules are undertaken with us:

PERFORMING ARTS IN THE CLASSROOM

This module explores how interaction with arts organisations, artists and performing art forms can enrich teaching and learning across the curriculum. This is taught at Shakespeare’s Globe and assessed through a 6000-word essay.

ONE-WEEK PRACTICAL PLACEMENT WITH GLOBE EDUCATION

This module allows students to develop a critical understanding of performing arts practice at Shakespeare’s Globe, and explores the variety of art forms that interact in the production of theatre. Students will be assessed through an oral presentation and a 3000 word essay.

The core modules can tie-in with a number of optional modules available to students, including:

  • Notions of English
  • English, the Arts and Language
  • Education, Policy & the City
  • e-Learning: Theory & Practice
  • Recent Developments in Education
  • Management
  • The Social Context of Schooling

 

The final dissertation is 20,000 words, and this extended piece of research offers students the chance to engage in a close investigation of an area of their own practice, based on a second, week-long work experience, with an arts organisation.

Duration

 The programme may be taken over one year (Full Time) or two to four years (Part Time).

The MA can be taken over a period of up to four years. This is to ensure that busy professionals are able to participate and pace their studies alongside their school responsibilities.

Suitability

Designed for English and drama teachers working at all key stages seeking to develop a balanced mix of theoretical and practical knowledge.

Entry requirements:

Minimum 2:2 first degree (or equivalent), plus a PGCE or an equivalent initial teacher qualification.

Further Information

For more information and application details, contact Claire Cooper at King’s College London:

Telephone: 020 7848 3168
E-mail: claire.cooper@kcl.ac.uk
Website: www.kcl.ac.uk/education

For more about our modules, please contact us by email or by telephone on 020 7902 1464.

 

Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance

This innovative distance learning module is offered by Globe Education in partnership with the University of Cambridge, and can be undertaken as part of an MEd course.

Participants spend two days at the Globe, and take a series of online learning sessions exploring Globe Education practice and how this can support classroom delivery of the curriculum.

For further information, contact Sue Brindley at the University of Cambridge by email at sb295@cam.ac.uk

 

Other Postgraduate Qualifications

For information on other postgraduate courses, please contact Kimberly Bentein by email or by telephone on 020 7902 1464.