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No Words Required: How to Communicate with Parents

Communication doesn’t need to be verbal! In fact, the practical use of simple materials to approach complex topics of children’s development makes things clearer for every adult.
Educators can explain to parents and caregivers how to observe, appreciate, and embody the way their children learn autonomously by engaging their senses and movement.
This very dynamic, hands-on, and fun session helps you experience how many different languages you can use in your daily dialogue with families.

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  1. How to support families and caregivers with clear and hands-on communication.
  2. How to use adults’ sensory experiences to communicate needs and crucial topics of children’s development.
  3. How to understand and appreciate the communicative power of didactic and pedagogical materials in your classroom.



Tommaso Lana, Performance Artist, Embodied Learning

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