What are you reading?

Review of 'Impro for Storytellers: Theatresports and the Art of Making Things Happen'

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Abstract

“Storytelling makes talks more interesting, and this book intrigued me after I participated in Bright Club Dundee. Even if you use only some of its games in class, such as the ‘one-word sentences’ game, there is much in this book about how we learn, and it illustrates ways to enable people to be more open to learning.”
Original languageEnglish
JournalTimes Higher Education Supplement
Early online date18 Apr 2013
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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