Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches (ETLA)

All past Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches (ETLA) programmes can be found here.

Past Events

All past Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches (ETLA) programmes can be found here.

2022

SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches (8th Intake)

Advance your practice! Learn to create meaningful and imaginative learning experiences for your students and participants with drama.

SDEA Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches For Arts Educators - Early Childhood

Advance your practice! Learn to create meaningful and imaginative learning experiences for your students and participants with drama.

2021

SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches (7th Intake)

The only part-time drama pedagogy certification course in Singapore returns in 2021!   This 49-hour certification course provides you with fundamental pedagogical knowledge and skills to create meaningful and imaginative learning experiences for your students and participants with drama, and widen the possibilities and opportunities for work in Singapore.

SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches (7th Intake)

This 49-hour certification course provides you with fundamental pedagogical knowledge and skills to create meaningful and imaginative learning experiences for your students and participants with drama, and widen the possibilities and opportunities for work in Singapore. 

2020

SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches (5th Intake)

This 49-hour certification course provides you with fundamental pedagogical knowledge and skills to help you create meaningful and imaginative learning experiences for your students with drama. The course is the only part-time drama pedagogical course for professionals in Singapore.

(Postponed) SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches (6th Intake)

Advance your practice! Learn to create meaningful and imaginative learning experiences for your students and participants with drama.

2019

SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essential Teaching and Learning Approaches course - 4th intake

This 40-hour certification course provides participants with fundamental pedagogical knowledge and skills to help them create meaningful and imaginative learning experiences for their students with drama. The course results in a Certificate of Completion recognised by the National Arts Council and is the only part-time drama pedagogical course for professionals in Singapore.

2018

SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essential Teaching and Learning Approaches course - 3rd intake

This 40-hour certification course provides participants with fundamental pedagogical knowledge and skills to help them create meaningful and imaginative learning experiences for their students with drama. The course results in a Certificate of Completion recognised by the National Arts Council and is the only part-time drama pedagogical course for professionals in Singapore.

2017

SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essential Teaching and Learning Approaches course - 2nd intake

Facilitated by leading teaching artists in the industry, the practical 40-hour course is designed to guide participants to consider essential principles all drama instructors need to be familiar with when preparing and conducting drama lessons with groups. The course results in a Certificate of Completion recognised by the National Arts Council – the minimum pedagogical qualifications required for NAC-AEP instructors leading the 2017/2018 cycle.

2016

SDEA Drama Pedagogy: Essential Teaching and Learning Approaches course

Facilitated by leading teaching artists in the industry, the practical 40-hour course is designed to guide participants to consider essential principles all drama instructors need to be familiar with when preparing and conducting drama lessons with groups. The course results in a Certificate of Completion recognised by the National Arts Council – the minimum pedagogical qualifications required for NAC-AEP instructors leading the 2017/2018 cycle.