As the first primarily non-verbal ITAC Think Tank, participants were engaged using images, written reflections, group discussion focused on playful gesture/facial expression exploration, and nonverbal games.
To keep the momentum, in working group fashion, Becky will invite participants to join her in collectively developing and creating a suite of resources for nonverbal Teaching Artistry to explore how word-free engagement can be applied more widely in various art forms. The goal is for these resources to address the need for:
- Engaging nonverbal students, teaching inclusively to different language backgrounds;
- Creating ensemble culture in all art forms, even within verbal programs, and integrating accessible embodied learning.
Ultimately, this suite of resources will act as a practical guide and will include the theories, history, and narratives surrounding the many implications and impacts of nonverbal storytelling.
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