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Learn the language of laughter and apply it in learning.
Laughter can help with communicating and in stimulating creativity.
It can also help with confidence and building a sense of community.
Furthermore, laughter can mean many different things. It does not always mean happy, or messing around; it can just as easily represent fears and anxieties and irritations and anger.
When we laugh spontaneously, there are physiological changes occur which help us feel happier and less stressed. We can use laughter to help with anxiety over exams and with building rapport.
Laughter assemblies and laughter workshops can be run for staff, and pupils at all levels of education.