Workshop | Does The Way You Teach Storytelling Undercut Empathy?

$30.00 for 1 year

Because our society often de-emphasizes empathy, our ways of teaching do, too. Most of us were taught storytelling in a way that sidesteps some empathy-inducing powers built into storytelling. Learn ways to replace teaching storytelling as “the assembly of story-parts” with creating connection, community, and empathy. Gandhi famously said, “The means are the ends in the making.” Similarly, our methods for teaching storytelling have far-reaching effects on the interpersonal results of the storytelling that ensues.

Because our society often de-emphasizes empathy, our ways of teaching do, too. Most of us were taught storytelling in a way that sidesteps some empathy-inducing powers built into storytelling. Learn ways to replace teaching storytelling as “the assembly of story-parts” with creating connection, community, and empathy. Gandhi famously said, “The means are the ends in the making.” Similarly, our methods for teaching storytelling have far-reaching effects on the interpersonal results of the storytelling that ensues.

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