Storytelling for Learning: Increase Motivation, Deepen Understand, Enhance Retention and Build Connection

Storytelling, the ancient communication method, taps into the fundamental way our brain makes meaning and helps us understand new concepts, engage deeply, tap into our passion, and connect with others. In this active, practical session, you will unpack the building blocks of great storytelling to make this innate, unconscious meaning-making process conscious in order to:

  • Harness the power of story to strengthen key learning points, making them more comprehensible and memorable
  • Align the story you mean to be telling with the story your learners are receiving
  • Recognize your individual storytelling strengths and habits
  • Expand your storytelling range
  • Solicit stories from participants
  • Use story activities and structures to enhance skills development, problem-solving and action-planning

HOST: CHRISTIANA FRANK

Certified Consultant, In-person & Virtual, Team & Individual development in education, mental health, and corporations since 1999. Applied Improvisation

SPECIAL GUEST: Kat Koppett

Founder of Koppett, an organizational development company specializing in blending traditional organizational development tools and principles with cutting-edge improvisation and storytelling techniques to enhance individual and group performance.

Date: Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
Time: 8:30am PST/11:30am EST
What: Applied Improv Network of Reno Tahoe Meetup
Who: For anyone interested in learning more about the benefits of Applied Improvisation.
Cost: Free

Location: Zoom. Link will be emailed to you. If you do not receive it, please email [email protected]

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  • Presentations should include an interactive activity that supports healthy brain and body development in all ages.

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