Posts Tagged ‘group work’
Are you an improv coach or looking to become one? An arts teacher? A teacher in general? Someone who works with groups? In charge of picking icebreakers for the company retreat? Have you ever led a game with a group of people that was just a dud and you couldnt figure out why? Do you want to get better at leading games and activities?
Have we got the workshop for you!
Mark your calendars for Thursday, July 30th from 1:30-3:30pm at the Magnet Training Center for Pick the Perfect Warm-Up: The Social Group Work Theory Behind Improv.
This interactive workshop will explain social group work theory and how it can be used in different contexts, and teach you how to choose and use improv games purposefully for the groups you’re working with. Learn the social science behind why a game might bomb in one group but do well in another, what failed games can really teach you, and how to best pick activities that allow groups to grow.
This is a FREE workshop designed and led by experienced social workers, teaching artists, and the teenagers of the Life Lines Performing Arts Troupe and is open to ANYONE interested in this topic, no previous experience required!
To RSVP please e-mail Caitlin Steitzer, MSW at email@example.com
Who are the presenters? The Life Lines Performing Arts Troupe is a program from the Center for Family Life in Sunset Park Brooklyn. Teens selected to participate in this program spend the summer training to lead games and activities with 160+ middle school campers at our specialized arts camp. In the past, the Troupe has developed and led improv workshops all across New York City, with participants as young as 5 and as old as 95. They have spread the love of improv and games to over 2,000 people since being founded in 2012.