The art and craft of improvisation explained and explored; it may seem intimidating here but in actuality this podcast can make one see that we improvise daily -- it is a matter of thinking about intention.
A heartwarming and powerful story about the ability of improvisation to transform the dynamic in a relationship. While this segment is about increasing comfort with individuals struggling with dementia, the lessons to be learned about accepting others' perceptions as truths can help with classroom management and school culture.
More than just a comprehensive list of improv games, the categories help players, directors, teachers and other users to search by purpose, intention, number of players, etc. There is also a PDF available of the entire site's content.
Accept, communicate, and trust serve as my own pillars for applying improvisation to the world around me. In this blog post, I explain my thinking behind the three skills and why I think they are at the heart of successful problem solving.
Founder of Engaging Educator, Jen Oleniczak discusses the relationship between improvisation and comfort with failing. This video can provide a tremendous bridge between helping students to become better improvisers and preparing them for the world of work.