Practice’s Pedagogy is all about the training of the right brain. This pedagogy originates from our long-established Play-in-Arts curriculum. Developed by Mdm Goh Lay Kuan, Play-in-Arts refers to the combination of play and drama in a workshop setting.
How Daniel H. Pink describes right-brain capabilities: “The capabilities we once disdained or thought frivolous — the right-brain qualities of inventiveness, empathy, joyfulness, and meaning — will increasingly determine who flourishes and who flounders.
In general, the left hemisphere participates in the analysis of information. In contrast, the right hemisphere is specialised for synthesis; it is particularly good at putting isolated elements together to perceive things as a whole. Analysis and synthesis are perhaps the two most fundamental ways of interpreting information.”
Play-in-Arts pedagogy can promote the creativity and fearlessness necessary to unleash one’s true capabilities. This approach will integrate elements of drama to train participants in the art of storytelling, encourage imaginative thinking, while developing self-empowerment and team camaraderie.
Hence, the workshops in Practice’s Corporate Training Programme are designed specifically for companies looking to develop right-brain capabilities for their employees!