Improv is a skill for learning and for life. It’s not just something for the stage or comedy but can be applied in the classroom in a fun and engaging way. Improv brings teachers and students together with confidence and joy. This isn’t your usual professional development workshop. Our goal is to bring laughter and learning together in the educational workplace.
WHAT IS IMPROV?
- Improv is Listening
- Improv is Creating
- Improv is Collaborating
- Improv is Connecting
- Improv is Adapting
These skills are prized in and out of the classroom for both the educators and the students so: why not bring them into your school?
To download our one page brochure, click here.
To find out more about our offerings or hire us, please email us at contact@improvforprofessionals.
INSTRUCTOR: BRETT MACDONALD
Brett Macdonald is passionate about bringing people together. She is an educator and workshop facilitator. Brett’s method merges her experience in education and the arts and brings teams together to connect and collaborate. Through laughter and the power of play, her workshops offer an opportunity to shape – or reshape – essential communication skills, camaraderie and culture.
Brett holds a Bachelor of Education, a Diploma in Theatre, and is trained in Harvard’s Project Zero Visible Thinking Routines, Inquiry Based Learning, Differentiated Learning, as well as Self-Compassion and Mindfulness. She has taught internationally and facilitated professional workshops for The Association of German International Schools (AGIS) and The Educational Collaborative for International Schools (ECIS). She has been training, performing, and teaching improv for over a decade. Brett is based in Victoria, BC.