After completing the Week 5: Brad Strawn on Embodied Learning activity, respond to the following:
- Narrative learning is the use of stories in the construction of meaning, whether the meaning-making has to do with the self, with the content of instruction, or with the world around us. Rossiter and Clark’s (2007) model claims three main uses of narrative in practice: narrative as curriculum, narrative as storytelling, and narrative as autobiography. Which of these might you use in a classroom setting and why? Describe a specific topic or lesson that you think would work well with one of the chosen narrative uses, and what are some of the challenges to implementing it.