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Established in 1961, the RSC is one of the world's leading theatre companies, performing Shakespeare's plays to over 600,000 theatre-goers each year.
Founded in 1965, the University of Warwick is one of the UK’s leading universities with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching.
Teaching Shakespeare has been shortlisted for a top digital education award. Read more...
What are people saying about Teaching Shakespeare? Find out what Jon Coles, CEO of United Learning thinks of the programme.
Action Stations: See how physical gestures help students to understand Egeus's speech in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
If you don't ask... Miles Tandy and Joe Winston find the right way to ask questions, so students can answer their own.
Beside the sea... read how secondary teacher Lauren created waves in her seaside town when she introduced The Tempest.
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Teaching Shakespeare is a ground-breaking education partnership between the Royal Shakespeare Company and the University of Warwick.
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At the heart of Teaching Shakespeare is an online learning platform that offers an innovative approach to professional development.