One Story Told Many Different Ways
Date(s) - Feb 11, 2020 - Feb 12, 2020
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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“Repetition is what strengthens memory, not variety”. (Susan Munzer – Author and Educator). A story is a powerful tool. A story is always an introduction to literature. A story is a way of passing of knowledge, history, traditions, and values from one person to another. A story can give you the opportunity to teach many things in a variety of ways.
In this workshop you will learn how to tell a story in many different ways. From storytelling, to picture books; from puppets to felt board stories; from musical stories to magnet trays, and many more other ways of engaging young minds. In addition to learning how to tell a story in many different ways you will also learn how to make a magnetic board of the story “Goldilocks and the Three Bears.”
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My name is Oana Nistor, and I am an Early Childhood Educator and Montessori teacher. I am presently completing my BA in Leadership at TWU. I’ve been working in the ECE field for over 19 years. I’ve worked most of my ECE career in the Langley area. I’ve worked in the Childcare industry as a Supervisor, Program Coordinator, and Manager. I am passionate about children, and I am passionate about stories and their teaching power. I am fascinated by the power of stories and more importantly, the benefits and the lessons we can learn from stories. It is a pleasure and a privilege of being able to present this workshop to you and introduce old ideas in a somewhat innovative and creative format.