(Learn to Tell, Training, Development, & Team Building)
Storytelling workshops with Rachael bring participants deep into the story listening and creating process, inviting people of all ages to step into the role of teller.
American Association of School Libraries National Conference
Rutgers University Guest Lecturer, Graduate School of Education
New Jersey Association of School Libraries Annual Conference
New Jersey Education Association Annual Conference
New Jersey TESOL Annual Conference
Young Child Conference and Expo Annual Conference, NYC
Storytelling programming has had a very positive affect on my high school ELL students' learning, both socially and academically. Storytelling gives students a chance to shine and engage with their peers in a way that isn't always made available to them in the classroom. Several students who may be hesitant to participate in class often seem to come alive when given the chance to participate in storytelling. It is a great outlet for teenagers who are figuring out who they are, while also trying to express themselves in a new language and culture. It provides ELL students with a safe environment to open up, perform, and grow.
Caitlin Sullivan, Millburn ELL Teacher
Workshop & Training :
World Voices: Storytelling workshops for English Language Learners and ELL Educators
Off the Page: Bringing folk and fairytales to life from text sources // Using storytelling in the classroom
Pocket Stories: Developing Social Emotional Competencies through Storytelling
A Storied Home: Benefits and use of storytelling in parenting
The Story Tapestry: Crafting and Telling Your Personal Narrative
Sound Stories: Creating original stories from art and music inspirations
Story Expeditions: Story Walks // Folk, Fairy, or Original Stories inspired by environment and place
Delicious Stories: Pairing food and stories through telling and recipe creation
Making Stories: Storytelling and Maker Space fuse together!