Trying to convince people there is a climate crisis with common sense and science doesn’t work. People listen through their emotions, not through their reason. They respond to stories that connect them to their emotions, and real stories do that.
In this ongoing webinar (drop in whenever you want), we work on simple techniques to write an emotional story from our authentic selves. Whether you want to explain the science of climate change or the Jewish concept of repairing the world, learn to write from your deep, authentic voice. You’ll wind up writing your story, which then becomes everyone’s story and creates a community to affect change.
Taught by Dr. Thea Iberall, author of “The Swallow and the Nightingale” and an inductee into the International Educators Hall of Fame. Dr. Iberall has taught writing since 2005, focusing on teaching Jack Grapes’ method-writing techniques. Dr. Iberall has a master’s degree in professional writing from USC.+ More... - Less...
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