Tell Me A Story
Reading, listening to, and telling stories is not just for language arts. Using stories to teach STEMS may have an impact on how students learn and retain information. Stories have the potential create connections to people, places, and academic standards. They can bring the untouchable into reach, and turn impossibilities into relatable ideas. Although my results are still forming and I’m still working through the reflection process, I know the power of a good story and I’d like to share, and continue learning, about the many aspects and values that stories and storytelling have to further children’s education.
STEMS² Pillars: Aʻo, Moʻolelo, Sense of Place