Teaching Remotely: Intro to Acting & MITSO

Anna C Kohler, Janet Sonenberg and Evan Ziporyn have found innovative ways to retain the communal and social aspects of performance

Teaching Remotely: Intro to Acting & MITSO

Faculty/Instructor: Anna C Kohler, Janet Sonenberg, Evan Ziporyn
Digital Innovations & Tools, Blended Learning & Flipped Classroom, Flexible Course Delivery
Music and Theater Arts (Course 21M) 21M.600, 21M.421
 

The Music and Theater Arts (MTA) section is unique at MIT in offering many classes and ensembles devoted to performance. In the face of this challenging transition online, MTA instructors have found innovative ways to retain the communal and social aspects of performance. Read More..

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