Distance Learning with Common Sense: Using Improv to Redefine Education
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When you think of improv, you probably imagine a comedian going off script rather than an educator sitting in front of a laptop. While the use of humor to spark learning can be difficult for some educators to grasp, the need for us to alleviate our students' stress in online learning is not. Join Jordan Elizabeth, improv actor and New York education trainer for Girls Leadership, as she shares practical tips educators can incorporate into their pedagogy. The interactive chat will include physical activities and mindfulness exercises to try with your students.
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