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Presentation: Introduction Module, Session 1
Part one of our recommended introductory module for all teachers interested in using a What's Your Story? course in their school or class.Read more
Presentation: Introduction Module, Session 2
Part two of our recommended introductory module for all teachers interested in using a What's Your Story? course in their school or class.Read more
Story: Beyond the River
The trailer for the Heartlines film, Beyond the River – a story inspired by true events about two men from different backgrounds who are connected by their quest to win gold in the Dusi Canoe Marathon.Read more
Activity: Story Sharing Festival
This outline includes ideas for how to run a story-sharing festival at your school, especially around some key public holidays.Read more
Activity: Public Holidays and Assemblies
A guide on how to use the award-winning film Beyond
the River to promote a culture of respect, understanding and
empathy in your school.
Workshop: Asking and Listening (Two Day)
The workshop uses the film, Beyond the River, and practical activities to encourage students to reflect on their individual cultures, histories and backgrounds.Read more
Workshop: Asking and Listening (One Day)
The workshop introduces learners to the foundation step of the What's Your Story? methodology:
listening. Active listening is a skill which allows learners to be truly
present, to set aside their distractions, and to listen more deeply.
Workshop: Asking and Listening (Half Day)
This half-day workshop will help learners understand how stories help us connect with
each other. They are encouraged to make a habit of asking and actively listening.
Workshop: Telling (Two Day)
This workshop aims to create openness and establish a fun and creative environment for doing What's Your Story? and give learners a safe way to share their emotions.Read more
Workshop: Telling (One Day)
The workshop introduces personal story sharing through visual representation,
written work, and practical activities. The workshop also allows learners to make
visual connections with the experiences of their classmates.
Workshop: Telling (Half Day)
The learners will come out seeing that there are far more things we have in
common with others, than differences. It also shows how love and acceptance
among people can flow when they realise that they don’t have to maintain artificial
boundaries or boxes.