Tuesday, January 31, 2017 4:00 PM ~ 5:00 PM ET
This series will provide opportunities for TAACCCT projects and their partners to showcase their TAACCCT innovations to a broader audience.
StoryTelling as a complimentary form of reporting can quickly convey a project’s successes and the challenges overcome. Effective StoryTelling engages audiences and offers easy-to-digest insights into the learning allowing us to share the wisdom gained along the journey. In this webinar the StoryTelling Network will show you how to effectively tell your story by utilizing a tool they developed called “The Storytelling Rubric.” This interactive tool helps guide StoryTelling development using specific examples. The thoughtful design rubric provides direct language that defines how to create an exemplary story. Join us to learn more about how you can build your own TAACCCT Tale and become the next StoryTeller!
Moderator(s)Cheryl Martin, Program Manager, TAACCCT Grants, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Helene Mancuso, Project Manager, TAACCCT Grant, Luzerne County Community College
Alexandra Shinert, Communications/Program Assistant, Northeast Resiliency Consortium, Passaic County Community College
Kathy Spada, Northcentral Technical College, INTERFACE Consortium Project Manager
Nicolette van der Lee, Coordinator, Office of Continuing Education & Training & Sustainable Living Institute of Maui, UH Maui College