Dream On regularly organizes a variety of workshops and symposiums in the countries we visit, focusing on the central themes of storytelling, education and the relationships between the two. Examples include . . .
How to conduct storytelling activities in which children learn to create and tell their own personal stories
How to effectively incorporate the narrative arts to enhance and give life to fixed curriculum topics
How to utilize storytelling as a tool to promote literacy and strengthen reading comprehension
. . . as well as a number of other different methodologies for implementing storytelling into the classroom with the end goal of making learning fun, engaging and inspiring.
Our workshops are conducted by permanent and visiting educators and storytellers who excel in designing customized programs relevant to a school’s specific needs.
“The methodology suggested for literacy performance as a stepping stone for writing was extremely interesting.”
María Concepción Figueras, Colegio Stella Maris, Uruguay
“I found the theory of the workshop very interesting and also very relevant to some of my current students who have difficulties in certain areas. I also learned a lot about the best way to teach certain students, and the different ways in which we (and our students) learn. I found this part very interesting and educational.”
Erinda Stringa, Beijing Rego British School, China