PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, TRAINING AND KEYNOTES
"Thank you! It was amazing! The content was exactly right and the tone (warmth, humor, reflectiveness about ourselves and others, and the arts) carried on throughout the day in exactly the way I hoped. And I really think the focus on storytelling techniques will carry into our “pitch” work beautifully. I’ll be smiling at the Mr. L story for some time!"
-participant, Lincoln Center Education
How do stories help us connect to each other and to students? How do they change the way we listen and make meaning?
My doctoral research at New York University focuses on personal narrative performance and teacher identity. I've presented these strategies and findings (and told stories) at SXSWEdu, Lincoln Center Institute, Columbia University's Reading and Writing Project, NYC Arts in Education Roundtable, School of Visual Arts, and many others.
If you're interested in having me speak to your group or organization about my research into storytelling and education, please get in touch.