YM213 Creative Communications

COURSE OVERVIEW 

This course is a study of the philosophical understanding of presentation and learning dynamics (for groups and maturity of all sizes) and a practical development of intermediate and creative communication skills for a variety of age groups through storytelling, use of humor, teaching, facilitating small group discussion and discovery, and the presentation of great ideas so “they stick” in creative, engaging, and intrinsically motivating ways.

 

Course Topics

      • Basic Teaching Structure (Hook, Book, Look, Took)
      • Creating Disequilibrium in the Classroom
      • Different Levels of Learning (Bloom’s Taxonomy)
          • Remembering
          • Understanding
          • Applying
          • Analyzing
          • Evaluating
          • Creating