This project is now complete – many thanks to all who took part.
Thank you for taking part in our project to research and develop a nationally available outreach session for teaching Shakespeare at Key Stage 3. This WordPress site is home to information about this project for participants. It is the place to follow the progress of the project, to share your experiences and to join in with the community of trainee teachers nationwide who are helping us to research, design and test a fantastic new tool for teaching Shakespeare. I hope you enjoy working on this project and look forward to getting to know you all.
What can you do on this web site?
By following the links above you can find out more about the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust as a whole, you can find out more about Learning at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, You can read more about the aims and background to this project and you can download an editable word version of the workbook for phase one.
In the coming months you will be able to access details about regional introduction and training days for the digital tool kit, to access best practice tips for the tool kit, and to share experiences of testing the tool kit. You will also be able to follow the development of the whole project and to contact me directly if you have any problems
Have fun! From Elizabeth Dollimore project coordinator