This Generation is the most capably-connected but also the most disconnected.
To my dismay the power of improv to increase connection, belonging, and encourage mental health has been limited to a handful of kids who meet after school rather than a program woven into our daily best practices and the school day.
Three C's Improv program, creates a better space and place to connects kids and teachers, to a more vibrant and natural way of learning.
My favorite rule of improv is “make your partner look better.” When teachers can help kids experience these ideas in real time rather than talk about them - behaviors change.
Improv exercises crafted to increase voice, confidence and vocabulary is a perfect tool and method for SEL BPL learning regiments that administrator, parents and teachers cry out for.
Science understands that Language is a cognitive muscle best taught through Experience.
Einstein notes, “all learning is experience; everything else is just information.”
But while athletic programs achieve success with a team focus approach, schools and teachers often struggle to duplicate this level of engagement and excitement in the classroom.
This improv based education program offers tools that excite, engage, and explore, creating better ways to Collaborate Connect and Communicate.
Tim’s education keynote offers an exemplary introduction. Our training puts teachers and staff in charge of building healthier kids, better teams, and will exponentially increase a child’s sense of self, confidence and communication tool box.
The AMBITION of 3C’s IS EARLY INTERVENTION
Educators will learn first-hand how to use specific exercises to increase confidence and meaningful communication with a series of collaborative take-home strategies. These foundational tools will change habits, culture and communication challenges in all schools. We get it. And so will they.
We can figure this out. Right?
Bring Three C’s to your school today and foster better space and place for kids to find stronger voice, a more capable mind and a stronger sense of self.