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Storyline I: An Introduction and Storyline Revisited - PORTLAND, OR

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Calvary Presbyterian Church

3516 NE 71st. Ave.

Portland, OR 97213

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Find out what makes the Storyline method so successful in the classroom!

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Storyline I: An Introduction course is for K-12 teachers who wish to learn how to integrate curriculum using the Storyline method. Participants will experience a Storyline unit both as a student in the process, as well as observer of the teaching method. Explore how and why the Storyline method motivates students to learn as they become their own ‘meaning makers.’

Storyline Revisited is for you if you’d like a refresher! This course is run concurrently with the introductory course and provides a refresher for people who are looking for the support and would like to create a new Storyline topic.

Optional (3) continuing education, 500 level quarter credits ($45/credit) offered through The Heritage Institute awarded by Antioch University Seattle for both courses.

If you wish to pay by check or invoice, please contact our office directly at: storylinedesign@comcast.net

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Storyline is a structured approach to learning and teaching that was developed in Scotland It builds on the key principle that learning, to be meaningful, has to be memorable, and that by using learner's enthusiasm for story-making, the classroom, the teacher's role and learning can be transformed. Storyline is a strategy for developing the curriculum as an integrated whole. It provides an opportunity for active learning and reflection as essential parts of effective learning and teaching. At the same time it develops in learners a powerful sense of ownership of their learning.

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