Humor at Work: Improv and Public Speaking Spring 2012


Baton Rouge, LA – I got a chance to return to Baton Rouge this past week and once again filled in as guest lecturer for my brother’s Public Speaking and Argumentation & Debate classes.

In each, I took key elements of the class syllabus and used improv exercises to experientially teach the subject matter. This, combined with my brother making connections to previous class notes, allowed the students to connect the theoretical discussions they had previously to the practice of using them in a safe and supportive environment.

My brother, who you may know as contributing author David Tarvin, will be providing a recap of what he saw as the value of the class.

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