This post will be updated with material from workshops and presentations! Link to TIG-page
TIG Creative storytelling in Vienna
TIG storytelling discovered the possibilities of Education through the arts and storytelling and reflection on Social issues. Thank you, Karen Reekmans (PXL Belgium, ArtiCULan.eu).
Creative storytelling on tour
In a school ‘helping’ out children making mother’s day gifts…!
Five finger conversation – from the conference!
How do we break the ice? Mikkel Høgsbro introduced this revolutionary old fashioned visual technology during the digital ETEN conference 2021. Try it and tell us how it worked!
Theme May: #distancelearning
Fun activites for class Zooms! Add an idea, tsk an idea! https://t.co/bClkSRoH8Q Thanks to @barbsaka #remotelearning #edchat #onlineteaching #distancelearning — 𝙎𝙝𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙮 𝙎𝙖𝙣𝙘𝙝𝙚𝙯 💡 (@ShellTerrell) April 27, 2020 We invite you to share experiences of distance learning! Please link under comments… Read More ›
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Who is the Beast? The Portrayal of Animals in Multicultural Folklore
Anne Creany Abstract Since ancient times, animals have played significant and complex roles in the lives of humans. Animals inhabited human’s living spaces as helpmate, sustenance, enemy, or companion, and they dwelled in people’s unconscious in dreams, as symbols, or… Read More ›
The Canis-lupus duality: A narrative history of the wolf
Dawn Bessee Abstract The literary depiction of the wolf has always been a reflection of the cultural regard for the Canis lupus. In Europe and Greece, the wolf was used to characterize unsavory qualities and was correlated to death or… Read More ›