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Episode 73: Using Improv to Teach Social Skills with Robin Fox

by | May 11, 2020

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Episode 73: Using Improv to Teach Social Skills with Robin Fox
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Through her experience as a classroom teacher, Robin Fox developed a curriculum based around improv activities. Robin shares how these improv games can teach mindfulness, cognitive awareness, and social skills in an inviting and engaging way. Robin shares how to get started using improv, which concepts you can build on, and how to differentiate for a wide range of learners. This can be a fun and beneficial way to incorporate social skills instruction into your classroom!

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