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KTS Webinar #11 – Process, Product, and Principles, Perhaps: Adapting KTS to Short-Term Goals
March 19, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm$10.00
Please join us Monday, March 19th, at 3pm (EST) for our 11th Knight-Thompson Speechwork Webinar! Tyler Seiple will offer: “Process, Product, and Principles, Perhaps: Adapting KTS to Short-Term Goals.”
This online discussion will focus on how we adapt the foundational principles of Knight-Thompson Speechwork into the many different educational and coaching scenarios in which we find ourselves employed. How do we frame, discuss, and explore KTS in a three-year graduate program as well as a one-off coaching session, an undergraduate workshop as well as an ongoing public class? Tyler will share his own experience as well as invite discussion with any and all who wish to share their insights as to how to make KTS the most effective philosophy possible for sharing our collective knowledge of — and passion for — speech.
The Registration fee is $10 to cover hosting costs.
Once a month, every member of the KTS community is invited to connect, collaborate, and share all things KTS related. If you have taken Experiencing Speech or have been introduced to fundamental Experiencing Speech practices, or if you are interested in this aspect of the work, this webinar is for you! Your KTS questions, solutions, phobias, phenomenons, details, observations, obsessions, and fancies are all invited to the conversation. Our aim for the Webinar Series is to keep us connected on regular basis, sustain our KTS conversations, and strengthen our growing KTS community.
Our webinars were inspired by VASTA’s forum on “Things that Work.”
Wanna Lead a Webinar?
We welcome volunteer facilitators and lead presenters for our monthly webinars. Is there a topic you would like to research and/or share your experience on? Would this be a useful line item on your CV? Contact the KTS Webinar Series organizers Jeff Parker and Julie Foh at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule you as a KTS webinar facilitator.