Yes, and…The Power of Improv in the Classroom

Nicole Thomas · February 7, 2023

Speakers: Nicole Thomas and Heather Schultz

Improv engages the whole student intellectually, socially, and emotionally. It’s an experience that celebrates mistakes, builds confidence, rewards risk-taking, and shapes leaders. Improv is a dynamic way to nourish and implement the skills children need for the future. It creates problem solvers, communicators, collaborators and flexible thinkers. Join us for this active, motivating workshop and discover the benefits of riding a unicorn, while growling like a bear and avoiding flying popsicles.

About Instructor

Nicole Thomas

Nicole Thomas and Heather Schultz are seasoned educators with a combined total of 56 years of classroom experience. Together they serve the K-8 highly capable students in the East Valley School District, Spokane. Heather Schultz has a Masters in Teaching the Gifted from Whitworth University. Nicole Thomas has a Masters in Elementary Education from Eastern Washington University. Between them they have taught every level of elementary education, middle school PE, Yearbook, and High School Spanish. They teach in an open concept classroom and have served the gifted population for 21 years. They describe themselves as two parts of one person - both breathing with the same set of lungs. The creative energy that results is passed on as passion to their students.

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Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson
  • 1 Evaluation