Interview with Laurie Marshall and the SingingTree Project
Mark Lewis Wagner, founder of Drawing on Earth has interviewed Laurie Marshall, founder of the Singing Tree Project. Laurie has worked with 20,000 kids in 52 countries around the world. https://laurie-marshall.com
How To Restore Kindness And Love in 2021
Kindness and Love
Kindness and love, the way we treat others, have been taught to us by our parents, grandparents, teachers, mentors, and colleagues. However, we forget these lessons in the excitement of life and sometimes we fail to give due respect to the people around us.
A lively conversation between podcast founder Hamza Davis and Laurie Marshall about increasing mindful kindness as adults support the next generations.
Peace Building Through Art – Inspired by Nature: The Singing Tree Collaborative Mural Project
A conversation about Peace with Three German Social Work students
Simple Tools for Stressed Out Parents Middle Age Can Be Your Best Age – Roy Richards
Social distancing along with your children while furloughed, unemployed or working from home is making parenting much harder. It’s even more difficult if you as a parent must assume an active role in your child’s home schooling. Guest, veteran educator, author and bullying prevention expert, Laurie Marshall offers creative solutions that can help your whole family get along and together safely blow off stress during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Tune in for suggestions on how to make home-based learning fun while broadening your children’s horizons. Discover safe ways your teens and pre-teens to can socialize during the pandemic, rather than simply telling them what they can’t do. Uncover the benefit of taking three deep breaths before lashing out at a family member and how to convince your kids that temporary social isolation will pay off for them in the long run. Host Roy Richards explains why in allocating limited time and financial resources, it makes sense to “enjoy and employ.”
ME: Laurie Marshall – Supporting Children Through COVID-19
Laurie Marshall is a certified Social Studies and Art Teacher with 35 years experience in public, alternative and private schools. She is a bully prevention, project-based learning and arts integration specialist. A mother of two sons and a grandmother, she is passionate about supporting parents and teachers in these unprecedented times. Believing that creativity and compassion are everyone’s birthright, she has trained over 6,000 teachers in project-based learning and facilitated 125 peace building murals with over 35,000 people around the world.
Permission to BE Powerful Interview #26 Laurie Marshall – Creative Activist
The power of holding space for children with Michelle Maree and Laurie Marshall.
Please join me as I interview Laurie Marshall. This feels like one of the most important interviews I have done to date. It is relevant for our current experiences managing ourselves and our families during Covid, helps us tap into the power of children and their unique perspectives and creative natures, and the power of having a gifting mentality to balance the measurement mentality that has become the dominant paradigm and regenerative practices to ease our transition into this new, complex and rich new world that is being birthed at this time.
Episode 51, The Human Current, The Complexity Theory Podcast
Learning from nature
March 23, 2017
In this episode, Haley interviews author, public speaker, and education transformer, Laurie Marshall. Laurie discusses her passion for empowering youth through creative collaboration and introduces her new book, Beating the Odds Now, which she describes as “a love letter for teachers” to help them feel inspiration and joy in their work. Laurie also shares the importance of looking to nature as a tool for learning and a way for each individual to discover their inner genius. The cover image for this episode is titled “Fig Singing Tree of the Child”.
016, Ignite Creativity in Every Classroom, Edspiration Podcast, International School Climate Institute
In this episode
Understand how to bring new energy and creativity to wherever you work with young people. Using thoughtful ideas from guest Laurie Marshall you can tap the creativity of students to address real-world problems and bring more color and passion to any learning environment.
About today’s guest
Laurie Marshall is a collaboration innovator, a creative leadership trainer, and a San Francisco Bay area art and social studies teacher. For 30 years, she has helped to create inclusive, collaborative and joyous school environments. To Laurie, the school walls and the creative storytelling drive of the students are often an underutilized gold mine for making positive school culture.