Feedback from Vera J. Blaine
Feedback is given throughout the creative process. In addition to coaching students in classes and rehearsals, Blaine values attending student performances as another way to observe her students’ skills and abilities. She also continues to be a resource to alumni and fellow colleagues outside the classroom setting.
- Video: Bebe Miller – Blaine's Eye
- Video: Coaching Resiliency
- Video: Coaching Strength
- Video: Coaching Lightness
Integration of Graduate Teaching Assistants
Teaching assistants offer additional imagery and language. They provide verbal feedback to students as well as facilitate workshops that guide students toward a deeper understanding of the material. The outline of responsibilities for Teaching Assistants is found in Directed Teaching D 3202 [pdf].
- Video: Abby Zbikowski – Blaine's Influence
- Video: Angie Hauser – Being a TA
- Video: Vera J. Blaine – Choosing TAs
Students learn from each other by participating in improvisations, collaborative exercises, and verbal feedback sessions following each showing.
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