“If history was taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten”
- Rudyard Kipling
We forget what we mug up but remember stories. Concepts taught through stories can make subjects likeable, memorable and easy. Our workshops give everyone an experience into the world of storytelling.
This in-turn helps schools and teacher-training institutions unlock the power of stories in classroom.
- Why should teachers be storytellers
- Teaching subjects using stories: language, math, science, life skills
- Creating your own bank of stories
- Delivering a story well: body language, voice modulation, props
- Becoming a good storyteller: the journey
- Storytelling considerations for children with special needs
- Speaking to the senses: the story lesson plan
- Punctuating the story with activities, songs & repetition
- Using stories to make the conversation easier and two-way with adolescents
- Body Image, Relationships, Sexuality, Gender roles, Social Media
- How to develop a story based curriculum
- Using case studies, videos, activities and narratives
"Thank you so much for doing this fantastic session for us. I was completely glued and loved every bit of it. It was such an eye opener getting to know more about the art of storytelling and how the same can be applied in the classroom"
"Your inspiration and motivation will remain in each teacher's heart to formulate or prepare several stories linked with curriculum to make learning easier for the children. We would like to have more sessions with you in KIIT."
"Through the stories of storywallahs, one can tell the untold and expect the unexpected. Thanks for taking us back to childhood and making us listen to stories and retell the same yet differently."