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Seven Blind Mice and Systematic Reviews: An MLA Webinar on Teaching through Storytelling

I invite you to find out how the children’s story, Seven Blind Mice, relates to instruction by exploring an innovative and evidence-based pedagogical tool for instruction in academic and community contexts: storytelling. Join me for the November 7 MLA webinar, Who Doesn’t Love a Good Story? Using Stories in Academic and Community-Based Health Education. Storytelling supports active learning, builds context, transcends culture, and brings ideas to life. This webinar will explore storytelling as pedagogy, share methods for story creation, and invite interaction with examples. Be inspired by a creative instructional tool for meaningful learning!

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