Education & Participation

Teachers

INSET AND MENTORING

A programme especially developed for teachers, lecturers and classroom assistants that want to have a creative learning experience with a professional dance / physical theatre company. This programme will enhance understanding and develop knowledge and skills whilst providing participants with support and confidence that can be taken back to the classroom environment. Sessions are carefully pitched and tailored to your ability level, needs and demographic of your students.

INSET training

During this full day session Kompany Malakhi provide ideas and creative resources to offer new and exciting methods to stimulate young people and develop skills. Each section is taught with the participant taking the perspective of the student.

The INSET content is broken down into various packages to assist participants in delivering the material to a variety of age groups and abilities.

Example Content: A creative warm up, the use of street dance as a choreographic tool, meeting G.C.S.E. and A level examination demands.

Mentoring

Mentoring usually begins with the delivery of the INSET day followed by 1hr support sessions with your group or class that will enable you to deliver workshops by yourself:

Session 1.?We teach. You observe.
Session 2.?Shared teaching. Shared observation.
Session 3.?You teach. We observe.
Session 4.?Feedback and guidance.

For more information and costs please contact Emily Bull, Education and Learning Co-ordinator.

18
Jan
2011

Teachers Inset Training Day – 7th April 2011

Kompany Malakhi presents their unique Teachers Inset Training Day at the Tobacco Factory. The event will be led in partnership with Youth Dance England and Lindsay Hall, Swindon’s Dance in Schools Co-ordinator on the 7th April 2011. The event timetable includes: 9.30am – 3.30pm: Understanding Dance to gain confidence. This training event is for teachers from […]

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03
Dec
2009

Teachers’ CPD Session in Lockin’ 7th Dec 2009

Teaching tips for working with pupils in the dance style of Lockin’.

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