Storytelling Structure in Project-Based Learning

In this video, I talk about a storytelling structure that can help your students communicate their creative ideas and solutions through a narrative that motivates and inspires their audience. This storytelling structure is especially useful for project-based learning experiences. The video shows how Chris Smith and I taught this storytelling structure to the students of Canberra Primary School in Singapore.

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Get your hands on the “Design Thinking in the Classroom” book here to help foster creative thinking and problem-solving. This is a great toolkit to equip students and help you on your mission in student empowerment.

Resources from the video How the oceans can clean themselves: Boyan Slat at TEDxDelft How Boyan Slat’s The Ocean Cleanup Was Derailed By A Flawed Design Apple Clips

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