Why Stories? – My story so far

As I come towards the end of my second year of teaching, I share the story of my journey in teaching and learning, helped by the reflections of my class on the question “Why do we learn about stories?”.

Are stories just for fun, or are they important ways of looking at the world? The children in my class had a range of ideas, which I used to frame my story as a learner and, more recently, a teacher.

A lecture for the Plymouth University #onandup conference for graduating BEd and PGCE students.






One response to “Why Stories? – My story so far”

  1. […] manically noisy radio shows, I loved making things and sharing them with people. As I explained in this guest lecture last year at Plymouth University, I feel indebted to my parents for giving me the time, space and resources for making because it […]

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