Week 13 – Peer Reading Response 2

 

  • What are your main insights and ideas from the given reading?

There is a lot of truth told in this article. Teachers are awesome, and it takes a special person with specific characteristics to be a successful teacher. The two most important characteristics that were mentioned and that I believe are necessary traits as a teacher, are resiliency and reflection. Teachers go home tired because most of them lay it out on the line, and teachers hear and see things they wished they hadn’t. This is why resiliency is so important.

  • How does this reading challenge/expand/contradict your definition of (digital) storytelling?

Reading this article reminded that to be an effective educator, or story teller it takes an Opportunity mind-set. Specific characteristics are needed to develop this quality.

  • Having engaged this reading, what are you now curious about?

I am always interested in developing my skill sets at being a more effective teacher, communicator and story teller.

  • What questions are you asking, particularly about (digital) storytelling?

I am wondering about each of the eight characteristics needed and which ones are my strengths and which ones I need to work on to advance in the area of developing an Opportunity Mind-set.

  • What additional scholarship, popular media, teaching resources, or other media are related to your developing understanding of both (digital) storytelling and this reading?

Good storytelling skills are an asset no matter what your profession is. We walk … Where you set the scene and tell your readers everything they need to know to …
Nov 28, 2014 – In a monomyth, the hero is called to leave their home and sets out on a difficult … He closes by sharing his newfound skills with the audience, …

Map out the story line: The Beginning, which sets the stage and introduces … A Storyteller’s skills include: emphasis, repetition, transition, pause and proportion.

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