Lunch and Learn: Story Telling: Techniques to Revitalize Learning and Memory
Presented by: Andrea Peck, M.A.



Date: 6/4/2014

Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Location: Heer Hall Room 107

 

Event Description:

For centuries, storytellers have used detailed, entertaining stories to transfer knowledge, wisdom and culture from one generation to the next. They understood the value of stories to engage people, promote active listening, and enhance memory retention and learning. Benefit from the wisdom of the ages. Learn how to create powerful, memorable messages for every listener by incorporating stores and personal narratives.

 

About the presenter: Andrea Peck, M.A. -

 

Andrea works with Lakeshore Educational & Counseling Services delivering trainings to community and professional audiences. Andrea received her B.A. in psychology and her M.A. in communications. She completed a post graduate training program at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, is a certified Myers Briggs facilitator, and is completing her coaching certificate through the College of Executive Coaching. Andrea facilitates groups and coaches individuals on communication for personal and professional satisfaction and success; she has worked with educators as well as professional in business and the mental and medical health fields. Andrea is the author of Discovering Ourselves through Acts of Creation; the Healing Tools of Journaling and Professional Image Enhancement: 48 Tips for Achieving Job Satisfaction and Success. Andrea is an Assistant Professor of Communications at Cuyahoga Community College.



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