Mindfulness and Imagination

Noah's Ark educator Savannah leads a mindful moment, photo courtesy of WolfDog Creative.

Teacher Programs

Mindfulness and Imagination

Teaching Through Storytelling | Online Educator Workshop

Tuesday, June 22, 3:30–5:00 pm (PT)

About the Program

Center wonder and well-being in your classroom! In this workshop, learn mindfulness techniques to encourage your students to self-reflect, be creative, and connect with one another.

Instructor: Terrell M. Green is a creative strategist and developer of creative cultural communities specializing in creative youth enrichment programming, arts-integrated literacy education, and innovative culturally appropriate community engagement. Green believes arts education is a public health equalizing tool for social and emotional development for families.

Green has extensive experience and expertise in arts education, program management, curriculum development, social media management/content creation, facilitation, fundraising, creative direction, literacy, youth programming, LGBTQ services, sexual health education, diversity/inclusion, and family community engagement. Green is the founder and owner of 267 Productions Co.

About The Art of Imagination

This program is part of Noah’s Ark at the Skirball: The Art of Imagination, a component of the Roslyn and Abner Goldstine School Programs. This suite of online programs and FREE educational resources features vibrant video content, lesson plans, and virtual field trips for students, as well as online professional development programs for teachers.

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