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Storytelling for SEL

 

Story Essentials: An Introduction to the Moments Method(R)
Monday, June 19 – 9 am

In this first workshop participants learn how the neuroscience of storytelling improves speaking, writing and collaboration. Participants use the Story2 Moments Method(R) to excavate stories from their own experience, tell them out loud and use storytelling to shape spoken stories into powerful writing.

Using Storytelling to Create Collaborative Classroom Environments
Monday, June 19 – 10:30 am

The second workshop gives teachers and advisors two classroom strategies to engage students through storytelling. Participants learn how to lead storytelling in their classroom and advisory groups by (1) using personal stories as evidence and (2) building efficient essay structure through storytelling.

Storytelling, Community + School Leadership
Monday, June 19 – 1 pm

The third workshop enables education leaders how to use personal storytelling to expand daily communications–emails, parent interactions, monthly reports, meetings, or assemblies–and community building.

Story Essentials: An Introduction to the Moments Method(R)
Tuesday, June 20 Р9 am

In this first workshop participants learn how the neuroscience of storytelling improves speaking, writing and collaboration. Participants use the Story2 Moments Method(R) to excavate stories from their own experience, tell them out loud and use storytelling to shape spoken stories into powerful writing.

Using Storytelling to Create Collaborative Classroom Environments
Tuesday, June 20 – 10:30 am

The second workshop gives teachers and advisors two classroom strategies to engage students through storytelling. Participants learn how to lead storytelling in their classroom and advisory groups by (1) using personal stories as evidence and (2) building efficient essay structure through storytelling.

Storytelling, Community + School Leadership
Tuesday, June 20 – 1 pm

The third workshop enables education leaders how to use personal storytelling to expand daily communications–emails, parent interactions, monthly reports, meetings, or assemblies–and community building.