Customized Workshops are interactive, fun and provide hands-on learning opportunities. Perfect for Teacher In-Service or Staff Development Retreats. Noa will bring out the creativity in your group, improve communication, and encourage growth. Learn useful models and come away with valuable tools and resources for using story in the classroom.
Workshops run from 90 minutes to 3 hours, or are available as a full day or weekend event.
Educators on a variety of levels that participated in your workshop discovered strategies and ideas that were inspiring, and that gave them fresh resources to use in their learning environment. How lucky we are to have had your expertise and energy to kick off this important initiative!
Rena Fruchter, Director,
Partnership for Jewish Life and Learning, MD
Experience your creativity and find your unique storyteller voice. Bring a story to life by learning to tell it rather than memorizing it. You will discover the valuable role storytelling plays in the cognitive, emotional, and social development of children.
Storytelling – The Foundation of Literacy
Explore the relevance of oral tradition in educational settings with Noa’s bag of storytelling tricks and games. Experience the power of spoken language and learn how storytelling can help students:
- Become enthusiastic about writing
- Develop imagination and self-expression
- Become effective communicators
- Develop creative thinking
- Foster social skills
Story Bridges in the Classroom
Learn a storytelling model to help you create community, promote a positive learning environment, and build bridges to peace in the classroom. Teachers will gain a model with structured activities that help students:
- Explore diversity
- Discover common ground
- Develop listening skills and
- Be more tolerant
Many times after your in-service workshop I heard comments from the most resistant of participants about the growth experience your workshop had provided. I thank you personally for such professional, high quality and consistently satisfying presentations.
Dr. Frank Fox, Child Development Coordinator,
Washington Unified School District, Sacramento, CA