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Story Telling

Story Telling

Storytelling using sensory solutions

If you are introducing a new topic in class or telling a story, using a sensory room is a great way to engage and interact with your audience. Use the colours that you can create with bubble tubes, fibre optics and other lighting effects, specific images from projectors, distinct aromas relating to events in your story, plus sound effects and music to set the scene and help create the atmosphere, really bringing your story to life! You can engage all their senses to help them retain the information you want them to learn. Have fun with the experience and watch your audience learn and grow from it!

And these benefits don't have to end at fictional storytelling; a sensory room enables teachers to be more creative with their lessons, bringing the information alive rather than simply reading from a text book. For example, a history lesson could take pupils back in time to the wild west with the smell of gun smoke, images of cowboys and the sound of horses' hooves galloping or videos of the Pony Express. Or inspire students to take an interest in STEM with visits to the International Space Station, using interactive lighting effects, sounds of rocket boosters, plus Fog Machine or Jet Stream wind effects. The full sensory experience can really help to cement ideas and lessons into pupil's memories.

With Experia's M.i.L.E Immersive Rooms, and its intuitive IRiS Room Director Software, you can pre-build your scenarios on an easy-to use on-screen timeline, initiating effects in time with video, alongside quizzes and interaction from the pupils to keep the sensory rewards coming.

Take a look through the sensory solutions below and let your imagination take you to an exciting fantasy world of sensory storytelling to inspire your students. Or if you'd like to speak to someone about setting up the perfect sensory room for your users, contact us today.

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