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Saturday, August 10 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Shh! Bzzt! Applied Improvisation for Developing Emotional Intelligence

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Using nonverbal strategies, participants will explore how communication, co-creation and interpretation work together in various contexts. Building on extensive work with silence, gesture, and gibberish exercises, we will explore how nonverbal communication supports both children and adults in naming and expressing various emotional states.

Fred Rogers said, "When our children see us expressing our emotions, they can learn that their own feelings are natural and permissible, can be expressed, and can be talked about. That's an important thing for our children to learn."
This workshop supports all learners, regardless of age or learning style, in understanding the complexities of human emotions and communication.


Carrie Caudle

Carrie Caudle is a full-time classroom teacher hailing from San Francisco, who loves integrating improv into her own teaching with young students. In addition to training a wide variety of educators to leverage the power of improvisation in schools, Carrie also works as an applied... Read More →

Saturday August 10, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm EDT
The Wang Center - Room 102