High school students at the American School of Guatemala have embarked on a new journey of embracing Innovative Storytelling as a way to explore critical conversations in today’s fast-changing world. These students have learned about the power of empathy firsthand as they have engaged in difficult topics ranging from racism to social media to even suicide. This presentation will share about the process that CAG students go through to create these stories and the impact of their stories on their peers. This session is geared toward educators/leaders who are interested in how the power of deep listening can lead to impactful storytelling for our youth and our school communities.
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