Workshops, Performances & Professional Development Training

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Sensory Perception and Communication

Can your senses help determine the way you envision quality and professionalism in the workplace?
Reshape your understanding of what effective team work and internal communication are, using a new approach that starts with your perception and sense organs.
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Learning in Outdoor Environments

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Learning in Outdoor Environments

Preschools and kindergartens, and the experiences they offer young children, don’t have to be limited to what’s inside their four walls. Discover how you can transform your facility’s outdoor surroundings into an open-air space that helps kids’ creativity to thrive, as they explore and learn outside the classroom as well.
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Behavior is Communication

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Behavior is Communication

Approach behavioral issues through embodied cognition.
Face behavioral issues from the perspective of the teacher as an observer of herself and as an assistant to students. Learn how to manage transitions, prepare inclusive learning environments, value self-regulation, and re-build relationships.
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Embodied Learning in One Minute

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Experience Challenges, Stories, and Events Around The Making of Embodied Learning

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By nature, young children love to try things out and experiment. They are keen to understand their world, and – from their perspective – learning is a combination of reflection, imagination and embodied cognition. Finally, children enjoy physically applying their self-discovered knowledge independently. Learn More…

“Tommaso somehow manages to be very precise and very flexible at the same time. He has a tremendous amount of respect for the innate realm of individual experience – for trying things out and making decisions on one’s own. His brand of ‘social art’ is inspired by a passionate, life-affirming commitment to human individuality. He’s living proof that an everyday routine can still leave room for tremendous creativity.”
Katja Sophia Wolf, Sociologist, IBA-Studierhaus Lausitzer Seenland, Großräschen, Germany
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