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Episode #62 – Pedagogy and Improvisation: Sara Villa, Susan Elliott, Stephanie Khoury

Sara Villa gives a moving and insightful account of her use of deep listening as a pedagogy of poetry for college students, Susan Elliott explains improvisation as a facet of the inquiry approach to high school teaching, and Stephanie Khoury revitalizes music education at the university level with her approachable and engaging interactive improvisation software. You never knew teaching and learning could be so exciting!

This episode originally aired on CFRU 93.3 FM in Guelph, Ontario on June 20, 2017 at 5pm.


Episode #12: Broken Robots

Poet and Spoken Word artist Jack Daniel reflects on what it means to bring fragmentation and disjuncture into the improvisational situation. How can words interrupt and provoke our habitual ways of being expressive together? Do they help us say what is unsayable, to acknowledge the underbelly of human existence? This episode originally aired on CFRU 93.3FM on January 16th, 2015.