More on narrative: What storytelling does to our brains fm The Buffer blog

I guess this follows hot on the heels of my last post on the role of narrative. It was tweeted by one of our favorite thinkers on literacy, Penny Kittle.

I’ll let the article speak for itself, but the short version is narrative is a part of who and what we are. Education that does not place that at the center of all subjects is likely to be ineffective and painfully boring, both for students AND teachers.

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