Applied Improvisation for early learning, benefits for the whole school! – Author Anja Phillips Applied improvisation has several benefits in early learning and education for children’s development! In this blog post, we will examine the critical role teachers have in playing with children and how applied improvisation can help teachers correctly play with children for both parties’ benefits. The problem is that teachers are often choosing “predictable responses or roles” when it comes to playing, which, perhaps to their surprise, diminishes [...]
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