Language, Literacy and Storytelling
A Discussion About the Links Between Storytelling, Language and Literacy
Tips and Tools for Storytelling
My brain goes to all sorts of places. Sometimes I rant, sometimes I ponder, and occasionally I wax philosophical. Here are the random things that have come from my musings.
All I Have Are Stories....I know it is not enough - Telling In the Schools of America - 2017
Guerrilla Storytelling, Personal Stories, Historical Fact, and Convenient Fictions
Inauguration Day, 2017
Art Is Not An Elective For Everyone
Thinking About The World Through Stories
S.T.E.A.M - Butterflies and Chocolate
What You Take Into Your Heart: A Storyteller's Thanksgiving List
Kids Are Capable: They Just Need To Practice.
Ramblings From The Road
White For A Black Girl: A Short Observation About Skin Color
Was Satan Ever A Civil Engineer? The Perplexing Traffic In Washington DC
Sydney - Different Day, Same ****
Neighborhood Schools: The Good, The Bad, and The Frustrating
The Art of Procrastination: How Do You Roll?
Packaging and Selling the African American Experience: Working While Black between MLK and Feb. 28th
They'll Never Sit That Long: Stories Can Capture Anyone
Summer Reading 2015
Syd Lieberman: A Father, Grandfather, Teller, Teacher and Friend
Storytelling: The Beauty and the Magic
A Tale Of Two Schools: Same County, 7 Miles, A World Apart
Storytellers As Keepers of History: Our Stories Tell Us Who We Are
February: Perpetually In Transit
Trophic Cascades. A beautiful story.
You Have To Be Carefully Taught: Reflections on MLK Day.
Normal Never Sounds Exotic: Being a Professional Storyteller
Currituck County: Traveling, Parenting, Performing, Oh My!
The Luscious Green Grass in Beth Horner's Garden: Storytelling Is Too A Competition!
Without A Net
Q: When Is A Storyteller Not A Storyteller? A: When It Is Any-Fricking-Thing Else!
Communication: Harder Than It Sounds
She Left Us The Music of Her Words
Biking through Stories
In the Back of the Closet Behind Shoes I No Longer Wear
Moose Stew and Cheese Toast with Partridge Berry Jam
Steeping in Havoc and Mayhem - The Haves and the Homeless:
Telling in the schools of America
Anansi, Brer Rabbit and the Power of Folktales
What Is A Successful Storyteller?
Notes From The Road - Connecticut Showcase October 10, 2012
What's the best grade to start integrating stories into curriculum?
Hubris and Vanity and Mythology, Oh My!
Telling Folktales in Schools
Motivations and Meaning- What is your best possible world?
A Walk Through A Graveyard
Reader's Bill of Rights
What is school for anyway?
A short, heartfelt, frustrated rant about personal narrative
A Storyteller at the Creation Museum - Sacred Stories Are A Touchy Subject
Writing: The Terrifying Act of Converting Your Thoughts to Print
Ranting...about Teachers and Teaching
Facebook, Boxes, Possibilities and Incivility
Biking Through Memories
The Story We Tell About Our Past - Slavery In America
Kwanzaa Time! 2013
Steeping in Havoc and Mayhem - or - What Did I Learn This Week?
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