If your kids are beginning to write, draw, and build stories, it’s time to let them learn the art of storytelling. If you are a parent, working with the kids together to co-create original content and stories is a great way to engage. It is likely to create stronger impact because you teach kids by…
Storytelling Workshops, Children’s Storytelling, Storytelling for educators, Diversity and Inclusion
This month, we are going to focus on parenting advice to learn how to talk to kids about race and encourage a sense of belonging. Data shows only ten percent of parents often discuss race with their kids. This when U.S. Census Bureau reports indicate that by 2060, 75 percent of the U.S. population will…
This year has been a whirlwind of literary activity. We created so many events to highlight work from South-Asian artists, creatives and writers. Looking back feels awesome, not because everything went perfectly. But, because it’s incredible to spotlight work from fellow desis and find new ideas for next year. Here is a list of 23…
Writing is a hard job. And writing brand stories with authenticity, while staying true to the tonality and elements of your culture, person or brand, is even more complicated. We’ve all had days where we look at open documents on our computer and stare at them wondering how to inspire ourselves with something new and exciting. A…
Inclusive Storytelling in Education: Discussing why it is important for our education system and resources for teachers
Within the ever-changing realm of education, storytelling persists as a timeless tool for learning. Stories, with their captivating charm, have the power to inspire, engage, and empower students of all ages. The tales we weave and the manner in which we spin them can significantly influence the learning experience and shape our students’ perceptions of…
For educators and teachers, we have a new storytelling in education workshop – The Blue Sky beginning on February 24th, 2023. Using storytelling in education and training can be an effective way to engage learners, promote diverse thinking and help students retain information. If you’re a teacher, working with kids in the 6-14 age group,…
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