Dissociative Walking

Dissociative Walking: Description: Students are asked to start walking through out the room. As the students walk the teacher will call out instructions such as turn, stop, jump, etc. With each instruction the teacher will give a related action; jump means jump, turn means a 180┬║ turn, stop means stop and remain on the spot. … More Dissociative Walking

Tableaus & Embodied Response

Tableaus & Embodied Response: Description: Students are given a subject, objective or question that they will physicalize┬áin a static tableau. Students are divided into groups where they discuss their subject, objective or question. This can be done through either writing, brainstorming, or prompted discussions. Once the student groups have had sufficient time to come up … More Tableaus & Embodied Response

Think, Pair, Share

Think, Pair, Share: Description: Students are given a subject, reading, or question. Each student is given time to analyze, interpret and dissect the given topic. This can be done through either writing, brainstorming, or guided meditation. Once the student has had sufficient time to come up with their ideas on the subject they are then … More Think, Pair, Share

Cocktail Hour

Cocktail Hour: Description: Students are given a subject, objective or question. Students are divided into groups where they discuss their subject, objective or question. This can be done through either writing, brainstorming, or prompted discussions. Once the student groups have had sufficient time to come up with their ideas on the subject they are sent … More Cocktail Hour

Pass The Ball

Pass The Ball: Description: Students stand in a circle. The instructor is the first to start- they begin by taking an imaginary ball of energy and holding it in their hands pass it to someone across the circle by making eye contact and sending it across with a noise or a clap. The student then … More Pass The Ball