Lightning Strike can:
The success of a good teaching career is in continually developing skills, ideas and personal experience, invigorating your content knowledge and becoming the content expert.
These PD workshops will give you confidence to know you are addressing the needs of students and catering for differentiated classrooms.
The workshops provide you with:
"Pleasure and action make the hours
These workshops are professionally run and practical. They provide a safe environment and are fun as well!
The workshops immerse students in communication skills and self-expression and support each child to develop their unique voice through creative and active engagement.
Creating future voices is a passion of Lightning Strike and is the basis of these workshops.
For young children, these workshops build on the Early Years Learning Framework to:
For primary students, the workshops provide:
For secondary schools students:
"Every dramatic experience can be followed by an inquiring question"
Devised performances can help all kinds of groups work together.
Do you have a special group that you want someone to work with on a specific project?
Do you have a group that needs to be empowered or transformed?
Do you have a cultural story to tell or want to engage an audience?
Why not consider a devised performance that can be realised through a series of workshops?
Here participants will:
These performances support learning by using a story narrative; exploring dramatic tension, symbol and dramatic genres; and working with design elements.
This is a complete authentic drama experience to engage students and other groups and provide opportunities for creative expression.
"Creativity is connecting things."
Lightning Strike – Drama That Ignites has been created by Lynette Moss to deliver tailored, dynamic professional development, workshops and creative devised performance for teachers and students of drama. Together, we build the experience of participants in workplace dynamics and group cohesion by growing empathy, setting boundaries and developing respect, emotional intelligence, communication skills and learning capabilities.
MEd. BEd. DipTeach.
TRBT Number 23656
My career is in drama education and leadership. I worked at Edith Cowan University for 15 years, where I held the position of Senior Lecturer and also that of Primary Program Director in the School of Education. My responsibilities included lecturing in drama, designing curriculum, developing mentoring initiatives, community consultation, research and directing creative theatre projects.
Currently I am an online lecturer and unit coordinator in Performing Arts at the School of Education, Curtin University.
I have a good working knowledge of the Australian Curriculum and the Early Years Learning Framework and extensive experience working in schools and running professional development for educators. My work has been combined with my love of travel, taking me throughout Australia, New Zealand, China, Singapore, Mauritius, England, Indonesia and now Hobart, Tasmania.
My earlier background was in singing, dance, clowning, mime, film, television and as an actor in Theatre in Education.
Further details and referrals are available on request.
T: 0438 416 744
“Nothing truly valuable can be achieved except by the unselfish cooperation of many individuals.”
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