Lacy Alana is a licensed clinical social worker and improviser who eclectically combines her clinical expertise with her passion for creative expression. Accordingly, she has created several innovative and experiential therapeutic and arts programs for at-risk youth and youth with autism, and training programs for educators and clinicians who work with youth.
Jim Ansaldo conducts research, supports school change efforts, and facilitates educator professional learning around Applied Improvisation, culturally responsive practice, curriculum design, instructional consultation, and online learning at the Center on Education and Lifelong Learning at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University. Jim has performed and taught improv comedy and musical improv for twenty-five years.
应用即兴14-The Connect Improv Curriculum: Supporting Youth on the Autism Spectrum and Their Educators
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