Great Smoky Mountains Environmental Education and the Arts Workshop, 2005
15 December, 2004 — Join JSU Field Schools Coordinator, Renee Morrison,
for a fun-filled, inspirational weekend dedicated to using the arts to teach environmental education deep in the heart of the
Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Renee will be teaching a session entitled “The Nature of Drama: Imagine, Enact &
Reflect through Creative Play.”
She describes the program as an opportunity to learn how to use creative drama to teach any subject. By harnessing the natural
dramatic impulse of human nature in a student, you can foster personal growth and self-esteem, encourage teamwork, incorporate
problem-solving exercises, promote empathy and strengthen language and communication skills.
Other concurrent sessions include storytelling, build your own dulcimer, create a personalized hiking staff, learn cultural
folklore, adventures in nature journaling, and more.
RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE BY DECEMBER 23, 2004!
- Date of Event: 02/25 - 02/27/05
- Length of Event: Three Days
- Location of Event: Great Smoky Mountain National Park
- Admission Charge: 220.00 per person (includes transportation, lodging, sessions & meals)
For more information contact Renee Morrison, LRCFS, at 782-5697 or email@example.com.
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