Learning through Interactivity: How to Tell a Story, Part 2
Title: Learning Through Interactivity: How to Tell a Story, Part 2
Date: Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Time: 11 AM PST/2 PM EST
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The Institute for Leadership in Education Development (I-LED) presents the third webinar of a 4-part series on interactivity and adult learning.
In Part 2 of this webinar, we will break down specific components of storytelling: crafting narratives, interweaving experiences and emotions in storytelling, and setting the stage for a successful story. We will finish by discussing storytelling applications online and in-person as a method of education delivery.
As a result of this session, participants will be better able to:
- Explain the brain science and adult learning theory of storytelling;
- Discuss anecdotal vs. allegorical methods of storytelling with a focus on accessibility considerations;
- Recognize narrative arcs in storytelling; and
- Determine how storytelling can be used in OVW grantees‘ own work while acknowledging cultural origins and diversities.
Please note that registration will be capped at 100 participants to maximize participant engagement and interaction. This webinar will be recorded and disseminated to all registrants and will be uploaded on FUTURES website for additional viewing.
Donney Rose– Donney Rose is a poet, teaching artist, creative consultant, and community activist from Baton Rouge. He is also the Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Black Out Loud Conference, LLC, which held its inaugural conference in Baton Rouge in August 2018. In April 2018, Donney joined the ranks of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as a 2018-2019 Citizen Artist Fellow.
Donney is the author of The Crying Buck, an acclaimed chapbook of poetry that delves into Black masculinity and vulnerability through a critical lens, and Black Out Loud, a collection of prose-style poetic interpretations of Black History Month 2017. His work as a performance poet/writer has been featured in a variety of publications, including Atlanta Black Star, Blavity, Button Poetry, All Def Digital, Slam Find, , Drunk In A Midnight Choir, and Nicholls State University’s Gris-Gris literary journal. He is a member of the 2017 Greater Baton Rouge Business Report Forty under 40 class, the recipient of the Ink Festival’s inaugural Making a Mark award (2017, Tupelo, Miss.), and New Venture Theatre’s 2016 Humanitarian of the Year award.
Jennifer White, Director for Learning and Leadership, Futures Without Violence
Rebecca Del Rossi, Program Specialist for Learning and Leadership, Futures Without Violence
Questions? Please contact Jeremiah-Anthony Righteous Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This project is supported by Grant No. 2015-TA-AX-K067, awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.