Wavelength is an award-winning ensemble of actors and educators dedicated to using humor and improvisation to create theatrical keynote performances
for professional staff development training for educators. Founded in 1980 by a former high school English teacher, Wavelength has created memorable,
transformative professional development training for over 30 years.
Like an edition of 'Saturday Night Live' written especially for educators.
-- Teacher Magazine.
Wavelength Ensemble 2013 ~ Minita Gandhi, Ric Walker, Anne Smith, Brendan Kelly, Julie Ganey, Brad Harbaugh, John Erickson, Stephanie Vlcek, Tina Gluschenko-Maloney, Rochelle Richelieu, Jim Winter, Michael Edgar Myers, Chris DeRose, Kara Kesselring. Not pictured: Michele DiMaso, Debbie Lauer, Jeff Poindexter, Patrick Rowland, Jason Sperling.
TRAIN, MOTIVATE AND INSPIRE YOUR STAFF THROUGH...
"Brilliantly funny portrayals of the profession...just what we needed."
-- Dana Rzepka, Director of Curriculum, Homer Community School District, Homer, IL"
Wavelength has presented live comedic keynote presentations addressing key issues in education, to 1.5 million educators in more than 2,500 school systems and at international conferences in Singapore, the Netherlands, Prague, and Ho (Ho, Ho) Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Wavelength has keynoted conferences at ASCD, Learning Forward, AASA, NASSP, NAESP, AMLE, the National School Boards Assocation, and the European Council of International Schools with cutting-edge insight and topical humor, including our new show on Common Core State Standards - "UnCommon Core Comedy!"
Wavelength performances have been reviewed and featured in the Journal of Staff Development, New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Investor's Daily, Chicago Tribune, Houston Chronicle and the San Francisco Chronicle.
"Teachers commented these were the best professional development workshops they had attended in their entire careers."
-- Carolyn Morey, Superintendent, Cape May, NJ
Wavelength's actor-educators offer interactive workshops that use creative, dramatic, kinesthetic learning techniques to enhance collaboration, creativity, collegiality and achievement. One, two or three ensemble members direct teachers, support staff or administrators through fast-paced sessions that merge proven theater concepts with educational best practices. The result is an experience taking educators from "Ha-Ha to Ah-Ha" on a broad range of challenging issues such as classroom management, bullying, Professional Learning Communities and the arts as teaching tools.