Tag: language of identity

Bringing in the Language of Identity into Collaborative Storytelling

Developing a sense of identity has to do who one thinks one is and how one perceives oneself.  It is about how one defines oneself.  As a person's identity is formed by many factors, such as race, gender, nationality, talents, interests... Which message we repetitively inform our children/students regarding who they are matters so much. There is no other classroom can be richer in embracing and forming students' identities than a TCI classroom .  On a regular basis, we have class artists, actors, performers, story writers, quiz writers, time keepers, greeters, helpers...  On top of all being a storyteller together....

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