In putting the finishing touches on my presentation for tomorrow’s MACE conference in Manhattan, Kansas, I created the following Wordle to summarize many of the key skills Storychasers participating in the Celebrate Kansas Voices project can develop.

Skills Storychasers Develop

In case you can’t see this image saved to Flickr, I’ll list them below:

planning
organizing
asking
wondering
listening
reading
researching
analyzing
summarizing
respecting
honoring
sharing
writing
speaking
synthesizing
communicating
remembering
recognizing
thanking
preserving
learning

These are some of the videos I plan to share during my presentation tomorrow, created by Kansas students and teachers participating in CKV. It’s hard to miss the value of these kinds of oral history projects. I love storychasing and sharing stories like these with others. It’s good for the soul.

A Woman Serves


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School Days in the 1930s by Dylan


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Girl Fiddler by Jesse West


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