ERS TP
Upcoming Training in Kula Lumpur on June 10-11, 2017
WHAT IS ERS?
Developed initially for Early Years practitioners (but also being taken by Special Needs Educators) this training will provide you with the confidence and the skills to deliver an exciting ‘Expressive Rhythm Story’ either as a one off session or as part of a longer project. Paul has been working with school children for over 15 years and has created a fun and engaging workshop to help you teach an Expressive Rhythm Story.

Over the course of two days we will work to develop your rhythmical, vocal and communication skills. No musical experience is required. Core content includes:

Expressive: Connect to self, emotions, values, experience, story of me.

Rhythm: Beat and  rhythm, pacing and leading, language of the drum and the voice connection.

Stories: Visualisation, map vs territory, voice work, body language, character development, rhythm story narration.

Whilst we primarily created the workshop for Educators we have had corporate trainers attend who value the use of story as metaphor. The skills are totally transferable.

 

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Attendees from Kuala Lumpur Training Mar 2015

 

Testimonials:

Paul was great! I enjoyed and learned a lot from him that is truly useful. Will definitely use the framework of the story to enhance my work with the kids. Overall the workshop was awesome, connected with great people here. Looking forward for future workshop. Haidah (Singapore)

 

Paul gave more than expected. We conduct Expressive Rhythm Stories at PIPI centre once a week. Autistic children with sensory issues are more responsive and enjoy the stories with rhythm. Expressive Rhythm Stories is a fantastic approach to engage with the children and teach a form of expressive language using both left and right learning method whilst building self- confidence. Rachel Clare (Malaysia)

 

We can also offer a version of the workshop as a one day inset training for staff in schools.

For more information on Inset training or for a discussion about hosting a workshop please do not hesitate to contact us here

 

 

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