September 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm.
Come play games, be silly, and engage with other art educators as we head into the 2023 school year together.
Improv exercises are designed to excite and engage our teachers this fall. Improv increases communication and public speaking skills, it stimulates fast thinking and engagement with ideas. Improv helps remove mental barriers that block creative thinking and reward spontaneous, intuitive responses. Participants grow in confidence and feel more connected with others.
Impact on Students: Improv exercises are designed to excite and engage our teachers who, in turn, will excite and engage students this fall. Improvisation is a valuable teaching tool. It promotes interdependence and trust among students. Improv exercises actively engage students in the learning process and foster deeper learning. Improv addresses the diverse learning needs of all students.
John Hildreth is an alumnus of the Second City and has been an instructor at the Second City Training Center since 1992. Currently, John is the Artistic Director at Second CIty.
This workshop will not be recorded, and PD will only be given to attendees on the day of.