A good storyteller can keep your children spellbound, and have them remembering the story for years to come.
Learn these techniques, and your teaching will do the same.
In these two hours, Epic Tales’ storyteller Chip Colquhoun (author of the EU’s guidance on using storytelling in classrooms) will help you discover and master the key techniques used by storytellers to enthral their audiences – so you can thoroughly engage your children with their learning.
Plus Chip will demonstrate how you can use this “Story-Led Learning” in absolutely any subject – including numeracy and PE – to produce differentiated lessons that produce measurable benefits to your children fast.
“What if I can’t make the time?”
We’ve picked 14:00 GMT on a Sunday after a poll of teachers suggested that was their preferred time – but we know it won’t be great for everyone.
But book your ticket here, and you’ll have exclusive access to the recording of the training – so you can catch up anytime after.
What’s more, if you have questions you want answered, you can ask them when you book. Time-permitting, Chip will then answer them during the video – so you can still get answers when you watch the replay.
Please note: Preference will be given to questions asked during the live session. If you can make the live date and time, it is still advisable to do so – the content of the class may also inform your questions.
Start raising your children’s attainment and enjoyment from school the day after you watch this training.
Chip is one of the Oxford Owl “Traditional Tales” storytellers, and is author of the EU’s guide to storytelling in classrooms (available free online via https://www.epictales.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Guidance-Epic-update.pdf or in print in the UK via the Cambridgeshire Race Equality & Diversity Service).
He has told stories in schools around the world as well as major festivals including Glastonbury and the Edinburgh Fringe. He also has two children’s books published by The History Press.