Program Details: Open to the public

Building Science Communication Skills through Improvisational Theater


We will be offering a series of improvisational theater workshops to enhance communication and collaboration skills for science. The program brings together local secondary students and CU students studying topics in environmental science to engage in improv lessons and problem-solving discussions around environmental challenges.
The program provides the post-secondary students with techniques to communicate about their science and trains them as effective messengers, and it immerses secondary students in environmental science through a creative process.

A professional development workshop will also be provided for Teachers across Colorado at the Colorado Science Conference in November, 2018, to demonstrate and explore ways in which science teachers may engage their students in improv exercises to build their science skills.

Workshop details: Coming soon!

This is a public program.

Locations


On Campus

In Colorado

Program Partners


Supporting This Program

  • Coming Soon

Sponsoring Units


Research Institutes & Centers

  • Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES)

Program Contact


Megan Littrell
Educational Researcher
megan.littrellbaez@colorado.edu
303-735-6510

Program Categories


Topics:

  • Environmental Issues
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Theatre

Program Types:

  • After School Activity/Instruction
  • Professional Development - Teacher
  • Workshop

Audiences:

  • Students - High School
  • Students - Middle School
  • Teachers - High School
  • Teachers - Middle School

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