Student Workshops for Social Development

Age-appropriate drama, writing, storytelling, puppetry, and visual art activities are used as strategies for promoting higher order thinking, conflict resolution, and pro-social behavior.

With the key components of active participation, collaborative activities, and critical thinking, we help all students improve speaking and listening skills, learn how to problem-solve in teams, and address both attitudinal and interpersonal challenges.

Our programs are effective for a wide range of learners, and have been found to be beneficial to students in inclusion, transitional, and self-contained classrooms.


  • Results-Oriented Teaching Strategies