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eProcess Journals: Bringing Reflection to the 21st Century with Josh Hatt

September 30, 2021

Multi Region Event: Asia / Americas & Europe

Booking Closed

Please note that this event is available to book in two regions. For more detailed time zone information, please see the ‘Important information’ section below and select your chosen region when you ‘Book now’.

About the workshop

eProcess Journals: Bringing Reflection to the 21st Century

Workshop description
Reflection is important, we know this. We understand, sometimes, students (or even us) resist writing about their experiences. What if there was an easier way for students to capture, track and celebrate their growth and learning experiences? Whether you’re teaching face-to-face, online or hybrid, this workshop will allow you to engage with an eProcess Journal and learn how to unlock your students’ potential.

Learning outcomes

  • Explore the power of an eProcess Journal (and walk away with a Google and Microsoft-friendly template)
  • Learn how to implement a process journal that students actually enjoy engaging with
  • Walk away with exemplars and brainstorm how this could work in your own classroom environments

Target audience
All theatre teachers

About your workshop leader

Josh Hatt
I am an international drama teacher and one the biggest theatre nerds you’ll come across. I am obsessed with learning and sharing in artistic experiences with everyone and anyone who will listen. Recently returning to my home country of Canada, I have lived and worked all over the world to share the richness that dramatic experiences can bring to anyone.

My dramatic interests include physical theatre, theorists, Commedia dell’Arte, melodrama, mask, improvisation, voice work, collaborative theatre and puppetry. My nerdy passion lies in doing the dirty work with theatre curriculum and authentic assessment development. Drama truly is my passion and sharing all that drama has to offer everyone is my mission.

Having the opportunity to work around the world, I’ve been privileged to engage directly with several educational experts and trailblazers such as Jay McTighe, Douglas Reeves, Fran Proleman, Dinos Aristidou, Debbie Kidd and Buck Institute. All of these first class learning experiences have shaped me and fueled my passion for drama in education and ultimately led me here, to this workshop

Important information

Event Coordinator
Keriann O’Rourke

Workshop timings
Region 1 – Asia
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm SGT (Singapore Standard Time)

Region 2 – Americas & Europe
7:00 am – 8:30 am PDT (Pacific Daylight Time)
10:00 am – 11:30 am EDT (Eastern Daylight Time)
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm BST (British Summer Time)
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm CEST (Central Europe Summer Time)

Please note
You will be emailed joining instructions 24 hours ahead of the session.


The cost of this session is GBP £35 per person for ISTA members and GBP £40 per person for non members.

What to bring

Any materials shared with you prior to the workshop, such as the workbook. A notebook and pencil are always useful.

Space requirements
If possible, please try to have a small amount of space near to you for any practical work.

Download & Forms

Please find below the relevant documentation for you to download:



Starts on Thursday 30 September at 12:00
Finishes on Thursday 30 September at 13:30
(SST - Singapore Standard Time)

Americas & Europe

Starts on Thursday 30 September at 16:00
Finishes on Thursday 30 September at 17:30
(CEST - Central European Summer Time)


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