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PERCENTAGE OF TEACHERS REPORTING IMPROVED STORYTELLING SKILLS


Equipped with these skills and new ideas on how to integrate these skills into their lessons, 97% of teachers indicated that the skills developed in the workshops will support their students in the following Common Core Learning Standards. In specific, they cite the skills’ use for:


 Acknowledging different points of view, including speaking in a different character voice


 Using words and phrases acquired through conversation, being read to, and responding to texts


 Answering questions to demonstrate understanding of key details  Make connections between self, text and the world around them


97% of teachers agreed or strongly agreed with the following statements about the workshop process overall:


“I was actively engaged during the workshop.” “I had opportunities to share my knowledge and opinions.” “There was ample opportunity to process and reflect.” "I had opportunities to learn from and collaborate with fellow educators." "The workshop has added new skills to my professional toolbox."


“The storytelling skills taught in the workshop can be used effectively with children from the age group I work with.”


“The workshop will help me address the diverse learning needs within my classroom.”


2011-12 Final Report CAT - NYC DOE OECE – Interactive Storytelling Professional Development Page 13


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