You are at home?
(and you're trying to get something done)
The kids are at home?
(and full-scale homeschooling isn't really your thing)
When and how (date/zoom) and how to sign up For whom.
WHY ORAL STORYTELLING?
Oral storytelling has been at the heart of education since the beginning of humanity. Children have always learned about the world by listening to the tales told by their elders. The recent development of widespread literacy has not diminished the importance of oral stories. Hearing, crafting, learning and telling stories bolsters children's reading skills, self confidence and sense of community.
Harriet Cole is an almost-native of Los Alamos NM who has been a professional storyteller for the past fifteen years. She has told stories in venues ranging from the Phoenix Fringe Festival to the Mojave Desert National Preserve and the Musical Instrument Museum. During that time she has also been an adjunct instructor at the South Mountain Community College Storytelling Institute in Phoenix, AZ. In addition she has served as a teaching artist and storyteller-in-residence in a number of K - 12 classrooms as well as the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix. For more information about Harriet's experience with Arts Integration click HERE