“Maps are the most important documents in human history, they give us tools to store and exchange knowledge about space and place”. Brené Brown.
Human emotions and experiences are shaped by biology, biography, behaviour and backstory.
This course offers strategies for the integration, recognition, name and make a sense of our emotions and experiences and how we can implement the following in a classroom:
1. Understand how emotions show in our bodies (biology)
2. Get curious about how our families and communities shape our connections (biography)
3. Examine our actions (behaviour)
4. Recognise the context of what we are thinking and feeling (backstory)
The methodology of the course focuses on group experiences and needs.
The training will follow mainly practical approaches; visualisations, individual and group activities and movement, theatre improv, collage, writing, painting, art therapy as part of the course.The participants will learn how to implement these techniques in the various phases of their daily routines.
We will also create collaborative art projects (e.g., using street items, storytelling, and practicing nonverbal forms of communication). Through artistic expression, we will transcend language and cultural barriers and work to better understand one another.
The participant knows how to:
100% funded by the Erasmus+
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