Name of the TIG:
Aims and vision of the TIG:
In the Creative Storytelling-TIG we focus on the huge and widespread variety of uses and didactical possibilities of creative storytelling with all kinds of stories and narratives in education. The vision is hereby to disseminate an insight in and to understand the meaning and didactical importance of the field of creative storytelling in education - at all levels.
Format of the sessions:
All kinds of workshops, papers, presentations, power points, videos, digital storytelling-sessions, stop-motion and animations examplifications, slide show presentations, promotion of reports, story-telling-exercises, drama-programs, music-experiments, creative writing, narration-through-arts etc. are warmly welcomed in the Creative Storytelling-TIG.
As in previous ETEN-conferences, these contributions are expected to open up for both theoretical and practical discussions and reflections about the various kinds of educational and didactical experiences possible. In other words: we share good teaching practice.
Topic/theme for next conference:
For each conference the TIG-members decide upon a theme for the workshops. The theme of the 2019 conference in Vic, we will board the theme of 'Cruel Kings'.
Call for workshops, contributions and proposals: Please send a mail to the TIG-leader about a contribution including an abstract before the 28th of February. Luckily most of the program is already planned, therefor only a few vacant times in the program.
Pictures from the many activities of last year in Rotterdam:
TIG leader, Mikkel Høgsbro
UCC, Dept of Social Education,
Humletorvet 3, 1799 Copenhagen, Denmark
ETEN, Rotterdam, 2018 Participants.
Standing from left to right:
Dory Hofstede (NL), Cindy Polet (NL), Nuria Medina (E), Mikkel Høgsbro (DK), Tom Noble (GB), Beth Ashforth (GB), Ola Henricsson (S),
Knut Omholt (N), Becky Taylor (US), Jette Laursen (DK), Jaantje Verbruggen (B), Marion Valent (NL), Marisa Grotens (NL) and Kirsja Oudshoorn (NL).
Sitting from left to right:
Mariska Venema (NL), Geoff Mitchell (GB), Kari-Jorunn Lunde (N), Kelli Jo Kerry Moran (US) and Marcella Stark (US).