The Education Network is for all those interested in the theory and practice of teaching Shakespeare.
The British Shakespeare Association strives to provide an inclusive forum for Shakespeare educators and students across all sectors, at every level – school, university, the arts and heritage, and beyond. One of the ways in which it brings this community into dialogue is through the biannual publication of Teaching Shakespeare magazine, which focuses on education policy, pedagogy and practice involving Shakespeare internationally. Another is the Education Network blog, below, which offers a more flexible and responsive format for discussing Shakespeare in education.
We are always looking for contributors to both Teaching Shakespeare and the blog. These can take the form of articles, lesson plans, reviews, notice of relevant events and more. Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to contribute. Last, but not least, we organise education-related events – such as the ‘Teaching Shakespeare Inside-Out’ seminar for the British Shakespeare Association 2012 conference at Lancaster – and welcome your ideas for them.