A great article on language usage and interpretation. This is also a great asset in terms of helping your students understand the power of language and to help them learn to contextualize responses in an exam setting.

Whilst not everything will apply to an art education context there are some very useful gems of information here.

“Storytelling is a buzzword with lots of different interpretations. Either the internet is killing stories, or it’s the best thing to happen to them since the printing press.

Stories have been around as long as we have, helping us understand our world and ourselves. We learn and retain information best through stories, because they turn information into more than the sum of its parts. But what makes a story a story, and what does it mean for the digital world we’ve built?
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read the full article at A List Apart here

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