Resources on improv in the classroom setting needed...

Hi all ye out there! I'm planning on doing a half-day training program for private school teachers here in the Philippines on how improv can boost the learning process of students in the classroom. Any recommended resources / suggestions? Thanks.

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Comment by Ted DesMaisons on August 3, 2014 at 9:59pm

Hi, Jose. You can check out this blog post for some possibilities:

Comment by Tracy Aspel on July 31, 2014 at 7:40am

Hi Jose this is what I do in Ireland. let me know if you want info

Comment by Jose Redentor Sampedro on July 20, 2014 at 10:19am

HI Norma!

Thanks for your comment to  my blog.  Yes, I would still need the info that you could share.  That would be great!  Looking forward to hearing from you soonest on this...

Best regards!

Comment by Norma Dompier on July 19, 2014 at 5:22pm

Hi Jose,

Are you still looking for info? I teach students improv (rules & games) in a community college credit course I developed called Entrepreneurial & Innovative Mindset. At the beginning of the quarter, one of the 3-hour classes is dedicated to improv. Then throughout the quarter we play 1-2 games during class, as well as using the rules, to help their learning of entrepreneurial concepts. The class gets great reviews and the students appreciate a different approach to learning. I'll be happy to share info with you if you still need it. 

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