From the 26th to the 28th of January, 2021, the EACWP launches the second Premium Virtual Edition of its European Course for Teachers of Creative Writing. Worldwide participants are welcome to join us. Enrollments are already open until January, 22nd, 2021
Last July, we held our first virtual training course for teachers of Creative Writing with 24 participants from more than 15 different countries taking part. This year’s virtual course takes place from 26 to 28 January and features an all-female panel of Mariana Docampo (Argentina), Renée Combal-Weiss (France) and Jenifer Smith (UK) as last year we had a fully male team. Additionally, this new edition will be provided of a more practical focus, closer to the workshop format than a masterclass.
This second Premium Virtual Edition of our Teachers Training Course will comprise three different workshops that will take place on Tuesday, 26th, Wednesday, 27th and Thursday, 28th of January from 17.00 to 19.00 (CET).
As in the regular format of our Teachers Training Course, over these sessions, our three EACWP teachers will share their different methodologies, approaches and experiences in the teaching of creative writing by offering a so called “auteur workshop” by performing and explaining their own ars pedagogica and didactics from both a theoretical and practical approach. All the working sessions will be focused on pedagogical training and guidelines to empower the participants to develop their own teaching interests and new possibilities.
These are the three sessions of this second Premium Virtual Edition 2021:
- Tuesday, 26th: Creating a workshop from the text analysis method / Mariana Docampo (Casa de Letras / Argentina)
- Wedenesday 27th: Creative tools to enable connections between home and the virtual classroom / Renée Combal-Weiss (Aleph-Écriture / France)
- Thursday 28th: Metaphoraging/ Jenifer Smith (NAWE / UK)
The sessions will be celebrated through Zoom.
You may find more information about the schedule, the syllabus, course fees, scholarships and fees here.