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16th December, 2016

New PGCert in Performance Teaching

Guild Hall School

Performance Teaching is a new programme, designed to support professional musicians, actors, theatre technicians and dancers who teach as part of their practice as performers or in undertaking a portfolio career. The programme provides a unique opportunity to develop creative and reflective practice in performance teaching. You will be encouraged to identify a personal pathway for your development, focusing on the pedagogy of performance and creative practice in the performing arts, in specific contexts that are most relevant to your career aspirations.

The programme combines intensive workshops with online learning and practical experience in facilitating learning in a variety of performing arts contexts. Supported by a team of world-renowned practitioners, researchers and guest speakers, you will develop skills and knowledge in the fundamental principles of pedagogy, professional frameworks, teaching and facilitator approaches.

This programme attracts applicants who are interested in creative, innovative and evidence-based performance teaching and offers:

  • A strong focus on critically reflective practice, framed by professional guidelines such as the Higher Education Academy Professional Standards Framework
  • Interdisciplinary perspectives
  • Feedback on practical work in Higher Education or Inclusive Learning settings
  • Teaching and mentoring delivered by an experienced team who individually have strong professional reputations as educators, performers and researchers
  • An educational philosophy that celebrates professionalism, international perspectives, creativity, and innovative practices in performance teaching

For more information and how to apply click here.


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