Students at Medgar Evers School participate in an anti-bullying workshop.
Who's the Hero? (Parts 1 and 2)
Audience: Arts educators and teachers of grades 4-9
Length: 2 parts, 2 hours each
Using the arts before engaging students in discussion, reflection, and reaction to bullying
behaviors is a powerful addition to a character education program. This workshop provides
a variety of beginning to advanced drama and other art techniques which focus attention on
conflict, resolution, and bullying. Exploring the role of hero, bystander, instigator, and
bully, participants learn how to engage students in experiencing each character type
and about the role each plays in contributing to or resolving bullying activities. Visual image
work, poetry, movement, and short improvisational scenes are included in the workshop.
Participants will be encouraged to think of how they might expand or revise activities for use
in their own classrooms.
Online Learning in Real-Time
Educators who opt for an online workshop will interact with the facilitator in real time, as she guides this multi-faceted experience. The online workshop uses direct instruction, still images, video, and screen-sharing to replicate the experience of a live presenter.
Why Choose an Online Workshop?
There are many benefits to an online workshop, a few of which include savings, convenience, and flexibility of schedule. When hosting an online workshop, you won't have to worry about logistics such as travel time or set-up.
Participants can either choose to gather in the same space or log in to the session from their own computers. Either way they will experience the workshop live, as if they were all in the room together!
Contact us for pricing information and workshop availability!