eBook Teaching as Story Telling: An Alternative Approach to Teaching and Curriculum in the Elementary School download
by Kieran Egan
Author: Kieran Egan
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; Reprint edition (March 15, 1989)
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Teaching as story telling. model given on p. 41 of the book in various curriculum areas. As these implications influence. both curricula and methods of teaching, this is no small matter.
Teaching as story telling. the book a basis for more interaction, and perhaps informality, than. has been the norm in a print based environment. Second, the general conception of education as a cumulative, progressive, additive process tends to encourage blindness towards the losses.
In telling a story one does not begin by stating objectives, and yet stories are wonderful tools for efficiently organizing and communicating meaning" (Egan, p. 38). He uses his formula for story in the curriculum to address a variety of thematic units
In telling a story one does not begin by stating objectives, and yet stories are wonderful tools for efficiently organizing and communicating meaning" (Egan, p. He uses his formula for story in the curriculum to address a variety of thematic units.
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With the availability of fresh story books in the market, teachers are provided with many choices.
2) Caters to students of diverse backgrounds Since storytelling is present in almost all cultures at any given time, it can help bridge cultural gaps in a diverse classroom. Telling stories from countries where your student came from creates awareness, deeper understanding, and appreciation of their differences. When students have deeper understanding of their individual backgrounds, creating a cooperative classroom with diverse cultures can be made easy. With the availability of fresh story books in the market, teachers are provided with many choices.
With An Imaginative Approach to Teaching, Egan provides educators with new . Kieran Egan provides such a conception in his book. From the Foreword by Elliot W. Eisner, Stanford University.
With An Imaginative Approach to Teaching, Egan provides educators with new ways to promote creativity in the classroom. This book is an essential resource for all educators. The school train, Egan warns us, is lost in a confusion of philosophical dead-end tracks: we need new directions, new signs and signals to help us rethink the journey. Teaching as Story Telling.
In teaching and learning processes, when the teachers tell stories while the students listen, they focus on meaning first through using imagination and visualizing the events and almost everything in the stories in their minds.
Teaching as story-telling. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Using Nikola Tesla’s story and experiments, as presented in the film The Prestige, to promote scientific inquiry
Teaching as story-telling. A study of student engagement in science with implications for curriculum and teaching. Unpublished paper, University of the Aegean. Hadzigeorgiou, . & Fotinos, N. (2007). Using Nikola Tesla’s story and experiments, as presented in the film The Prestige, to promote scientific inquiry. Interchange, 41, 363–378. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. & Skoumios, M. (2013). The development of environmental awareness through school science: Problems and possibilities.