Megan Matovich

Megan Matovich

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Okay, this thing is amazing!!

For all the writers out there it can be difficult finding the perfect emotion for your character, whether your character is sad, angry, or surprised those words can seem to get a bit boring. so i introduce the Writer's Wheel of emotion. Enjoy - J.

Facilitators at the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education's Big Ideas Fest 2014 conveyed the improv mindset for solving problems and learning new ideas.

Improv for Teaching - Facilitators at the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education's Big Ideas Fest 2014 conveyed the improv mindset for solving problems and learning new ideas.

Second rule of improv: Be spontaneous. I was never one who liked making mistakes. So when I first did some improvisation my natural inclination was to stockpile good ideas and use them when it was my turn. I just had to be one step ahead of the game....

Second rule of improv: Be spontaneous. I was never one who liked making mistakes. So when I first did some improvisation my natural inclination was to stockpile good ideas and use them when it was my turn. I just had to be one step ahead of the game....

Rule 1 to Comedic Improvisation: Accept offers; the more ridiculous the better  ~ Jono Sketchplanations

First rule of improv: Accept offers. The general principle of accepting offers is amazing for design, teamwork, getting on with other people and generally being a nice person.

The improv attitude. Fail cheerfully. Be obvious. It’s not about you. Dan Klein is my improv guru having had the fortune to learn from him a couple of times. Thanks Dan. And, as usual, improv tips tend to extend as good practice beyond improv.

The improv attitude. Be obvious. Dan Klein is my improv guru having had the fortune to learn from him a couple of times. And, as usual, improv tips tend to extend as good practice beyond improv.

Save time with these pre-printed lists of words for Three Words Improvisations

Detailed directions and resources: Student actors decide on the characters and context of a scene that will somehow employ three words chosen at random.