Chennai Storytelling Festival 2015 (4-15 Feb),
"Storytelling for Teaching and Training"
To watch-and-listen-to a recording of the videoconference conversation, please click here (75 minutes).
This was a conversation about "Ways of Using Storytelling to Teach Languages and Other Subjects". It occurred on Tues 10 Feb.
For next time --
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If you might not already have a gmail ID, perhaps you
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If you might see an image of a bell, click on it. Then
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Two past examples of this kind of event are,
Videoconference Discussion about Storytelling and Healing (Jan 2014). Info about, and a link to a recording of, this videoconference is here.
Videoconference Discussion about Dragons and other Monsters, on World Storytelling Day (March 2014). Info about, and a link to a recording of, this videoconference is here.
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