Role Playing and Storytelling: Interpretive Teaching Techniques
Due to its popularity, VAM is excited to present this sold out program from our 2018 conference once again, this time in Staunton on Monday, November 5!
Role Playing and Storytelling: Interpretive Teaching Techniques focuses on using interactive role playing and storytelling when teaching history, arts and culture, science, or other areas of focus. This methodology workshop will give participants hands-on opportunities to practice techniques, increase instructional skills, ask questions, and learn to effectively involve their audiences in experiencing their organizations more fully.
- Cindy Daniel, Interpretive Program Manager, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation
- Karen Lara Templin, Assistant Interpretive Program Manager, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation
Virginia Certificate in Museum Management: Provides one credit in Education & Outreach
*Organizations sending two or more staff/volunteers to this workshop can take $5 off each registration. Contact VAM to register to take advantage of this multiple registrant discount 804.358.3173 or email@example.com
|9:30 AM - 10:00 AM||Registration Check-in|
|10:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Morning Presentation-Storytelling Focus|
|12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||Lunch Break|
|1:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Afternoon Presentation-Roleplaying focus|
For More Information:
Richmond, VA 23221 804.358.3170