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Speaking of Relationships

I previously posted about the theme of my summer being student centric teaching and “getting to know your student.”

I recently watched this Ted Talk in one of my classes, and it resonated deeply with me. 86 more words


Podcast #81: The Happy Camper

Today’s storyteller loves summer camp, but not so much the other campers. Discover how this polar-bear-documentary-loving, magic-card-playing, California native learned to open up to others on the last day of summer camp. 56 more words


Storytelling Assignment: Research & Planning


Throughout extensive research on Procter & Gamble I have not only learned what the company is about, and the products they market, but their overall goal and their ability to reach out to consumers and positively impact their lives. 312 more words


The Poem That's Carried My Writing

Nesbit –

There’s a brilliant poem by the 13th-Century Persian poet Rumi, and I’ve found when writing drama, it’s been a go-to point for reminding me how to create an interesting element to a story. 419 more words


Another Video in the "Let's Play With My Friend Cayla Doll"

Here’s the next video in my new series on “Let’s Play With My Friend Cayla Doll.” This one focuses on My Friend Cayla doll’s storytelling capabilities. 80 more words


LankellyChase Foundation: "It is critical to listen to and be led by people with real lived experience."

In her guest blog, Rebecca Fordham, Interim Communications Manager for LankellyChase Foundation tells us why they’ve teamed up with Innovation Unit and User Voice on Hard Edges: Lives Behind the Numbers. 552 more words

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