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Education By Entertainment "Party Game for an Adventuresome Honoree" Activity starring Vana Springer. Program by Ronald G. Shapiro, PhD.

Education By Entertainment "Party Game for an Adventuresome Honoree" Activity starring Vana Springer. Program by Ronald G.

What Should You Expect from Education by Entertainment programs? by Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro.  Education by Entertainment programs provide learning which is directly applicable and useful at work, school, and/or home.  Programs improve focus on safety, job & school performance, customer service, communication, understanding, thinking, learning & morale.   Content is easy to remember.  Programs are fun; more fun than most parties.  They provide recognition opportunities for special people, too.

Overview: Education by Entertainment programs provide learning which is directly applicable and useful at work, school, and/or home.

What Should You Expect from Education by Entertainment Programs? by Dr. Ronald Shapiro is a twenty one slide overview of objectives and typical group games and on stage activities that one might find at Education by Entertainment programs. It was designed and has been placed in a digital picture frame for public displays promoting our programs. Please take a look at the presentation on SlideShare.

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What Should You Expect from Education by Entertainment Birthday Celebrations? by Dr. Ronald Shapiro.  Overview: Education by Entertainment birthday programs are unique.   They are fun (more fun than most parties) and they are educational.  The learning we offer is applicable, relevant, useful, and may even help to save a life, improve communication or improve performance at work or at school.

Overview: Education by Entertainment birthday programs are unique. They are fun (more fun than most parties) and they are educational. The learning we offer…

The impact of childhood trauma on adult disorders. If you are treating a specific disorder but not treating the trauma, the underlying causes for the disorder cannot be healed. Trauma informed care is based on the premise that almost every human being has been exposed to trauma at one time or another.

Experiences from the earliest days of childhood play an important role in shaping the brain’s development. Learn more about the lasting impact of childhood trauma on chronic adult disorders.

Poster promoting the Education By Entertainment "Games to Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!!" program to be held at the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Conference at Worcester Institute of Technology on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 10:45 AM.  Poster features photograph of Lourdes Sanfeliu holding "Games To Explain Human Factors is so much fun" sign at the 2011 IIE Conference at Northeastern University.

Poster promoting the Education By Entertainment "Games to Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!!" program to be held at the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Conference at Worcester Institute of Technology on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 10:45 AM. Poster features photograph of Lourdes Sanfeliu holding "Games To Explain Human Factors is so much fun" sign at the 2011 IIE Conference at Northeastern University.

Education By Entertainment "Using Psychology Games & Activities of Yesteryear to Prepare for our Future" 2013 College Program Champions: Heather Redgate (Becker College), Francesca Prendes (Cedar Crest College) and Sahar Ghorany (Irvine Valley College) at their awards presentations accompanied by Semifinalist Jen Uhlman (Irvine Valley College) who is displaying the "Using Psychology Games and Activities of Yesteryear to Prepare for our Future is so much fun!!!"  sign.

Psychology Activities - Education By Entertainment .

Poster promoting Education by Entertainment programs which appeared in the December 2013 issue of Thirty Something Magazine by Melissa Gregg.

Poster promoting Education by Entertainment programs which appeared in the December 2013 issue of Thirty Something Magazine by Melissa Gregg.

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