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Storytelling as a Vehicle for Whole Systems Educational Design

A talk by Kelly Hogan
Founder, Director, Nurture by Nature

Our brains are designed to process information through story. As you create your program, story can be used to set expectations, correct unwanted behavior, process difficult events, undo stereotypes, teach academic concepts, aid memory, highlight interconnectedness, and bring deeper meaning to our place as humans within the changing seasons. Story aids in the set up and implementation of your program, managing your group, celebrating festivals and supporting the growth and development of your students.

In this session, we will explore functions, techniques and examples of stories that weave together activities, curriculum and social goals for your teaching and/or parenting.

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The Littlest Gnome and the Farm Boy

This is a curative story that serves as an example of the techniques and functions of storytelling that I will describe in my presentation.

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