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How The “Yes, And…” Rule Can Improve Learning

The “Yes, And…” rule is an improvisational comedy rule that suggests “a participant should accept what another participant has stated (‘yes’) and then expand on that line of thinking (‘and’).” This rule is not only important in drama class, but you might find that it’s paramount in any learning environment. In an improv class, a “Yes, And…” exercise may go something like this: Participant One: “You brought your pet dinosaur to school, again?” Participant Two: “Yes! And he forgot to…

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Service Learning in December: Community

What We Achieved in November We spent the month collaborating on our Polar Express-themed S.T.E.A.M. Christmas tree, which was donated to the Hunt Memorial’s Festival…

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