How To Develop A Library of Stories

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A simple exercise to make conversations and teaching more interesting.

The word belonging keeps coming onto my radar. Belonging is a large component of engagement in education. It is one of the current buzzwords but applies to everyone. Humans have a need to belong which can be simply being part of a tribe. In the current environment, these people are real-life friends and online in many people’s lives.

One powerful way of connection is through story.

Developing a library of stories was a takeaway from my Jim Knight training in the Spring. A library of stories can be defined as a cheat sheet of memories to jog your memory when you need a story to illustrate a point or for entertainment.

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