Singapore-Wolf Trap Classroom Residency
As we progress in the 21st century, critical thinking, communication and creative skills has become increasingly important in order to thrive. While rote learning worked for the 20th century, the world we live in today and in the future calls for self-directed learners who enjoy the process of learning. The Singapore education system recognises this and is taking steps in that direction. Wolf Trap is poised to equip teachers with strategies to develop these skills in children from a young age through arts integration.
Managed by Singapore Repertory Theatre’s Learning & Engagement Team, the Singapore-Wolf Trap Classroom Residency is a powerful professional development programme dedicated to two goals:
Customised – Singapore-Wolf Trap programme aligns with teachers’ existing priorities and curriculum requirements, and is designed to achieve desired outcomes for children and professional milestones for teachers.
Hands-On & In-Depth – Singapore-Wolf Trap Teaching Artists work with teachers and children in their classrooms, allowing teachers to make an immediate impact on their current students, and apply those skills in future lessons.
Research-Based – Independent research demonstrates Wolf Trap Institute’s approach leads to professional development for teachers and student readiness.
Teachers feel more creative and confident in their ability to facilitate arts-integrated learning experiences.
Children score higher on assessments of literacy, math, music and movement, and social relations.
Teachers of N1 – K2 (3 – 6 years old)
16 sessions over 8 weeks, 45 minutes per session (programme structure may be tailored by request)
Fees: 16 sessions at $4500, exclusive of GST.
For more information, please contact SRT’s Learning & Engagement Manager, Paul Adams, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 6221 5585.
“The energy that the arts brought to my students and I was the main highlight of this training. I will definitely use the strategies I have learned for transitions, settling down and introductions in my future lessons. This is a big help for teachers that helps to maximise lesson time and the students’ learning.” – Maria, Little Skool House
“We’ve learned a lot in the residency and I am glad that I am able to use these strategies that I’ve learned in my core lessons! Moving forward, lessons will be much more interesting and engaging for the children!” – Aliana, K1 Teacher, My First Skool
“During my residency, I have learnt quite a lot… How to use my voice and body movement… not to be shy, be myself and use the space given… strategies on how to hold the class when it was ‘rowdy’ and going to ‘Story Land’ there I am [in role] as a character….” – Jamakyah, Nursery Teacher, My First Skool