Christine Carr will adjudicate the speech and drama section of the Taree and District Eisteddfod, which runs from May 27 to June 1.
Her professional development includes Game Changer - Drama Australia and Drama New Zealand 2015, Masterclass Conference 201, Board Member ATOM NSW 2010 and Board Member 2til5 Youth Theatre 1996-2005.
She has participated in a series of workshops with teachers and masters students, with the aim to provide a systematic and theoretical framework to support teachers in film learning, which had been facilitated by Miranda Jefferson at Newtown Performing Arts School and Sydney University 2008/09.
She presented a workshop on Technology in Creative and Performing Arts: film making in drama, speaking on how embracing technology has increased student engagement and strengthened connections between school and work at Newcastle University, Ourimbah Campus 2008.
Christine was a lecturer (casual) of Bachelor of Education - Drama as a minor subject at Newcastle University between 2003 and 2007.
She participated in workshops re Quality Teaching /Productive Pedagogy (departmental) in 2003, was a Drama HSC itinerant marker between 2000 and 2008 (Board of Studies in 2011), and was a Drama (Projects) Video Drama Marker for the Board of Studies in 2009/2010.
Christine was a presenter at State and Regional Drama Camps in the Sydney/Hunter from 2001 to 2003,
For the Drama Festival (Hunter Institute of Mental Health), she researched and wrote playbuilt pieces which, relate to mental health from 1998 and 2010.
She presented event theatre/Japanese theatre at the Educational Drama Association Conference Drama NSW from 2001 to 2013.
From 1997 to 2015 she was also an active member of Drama Australia, attending most conferences and workshops.
Also on her resume is the Regional Shakespeare Festival: Finalist in 'Scene' and 'Design'. 2000, Newcastle University Arts degree Drama/English 1990, NIDA Open Program Contemporary Australian Theatre 2000, Devising Celebration - Take it to the Streets for Charles Sturt University 1999, Drama Teaching Methodology Sydney University 1998/1999 and NIDA Summer Program Lighting and Sound 1997.
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