Steve Bell, one of the founders of the Storyline approach, on key-questioning

Jan Zuckerman interviewed at the International conference in Gothenburg 2022. 

Steve Bell on working  through the characters in a storyline and to create criteria to work towards. 

Ylva Lundin - Föreläsning NT

A lecture on Storyline by Ylva Lundin (in Swedish)

Lectures from  the conference in Gothenburg 2022

Key-note 2:

Storyline , Past, Present, Future: Sallie Coverly Harkness, Member of Storyline International Planning Group and of Golden Circle

SECRETS: Connecting Children to Forest Ecology Jan Zuckerman, USA

Storied wandering and placeresponsiveness in an ecopedagogical landscape of sustainability and resilience. The case of a kindergarten in Norway Per Ingvar Haukeland, Hanne Lund-Kristensen, Thorbjørn Ottersen, Trine Sørlie, Norway

Sustainability Superheroes - Creativity, Resilience and Global Citizenship Lea Colner, Sofie Sjögren, Carina Semiao, Sweden

We are all in the same ark Karin Gunnarsson Dinker Helena Pedersen, Sweden

Learners’ experiences of agency in Storyline Torbjörn Nyberg, Sweden

Cooperative learning in Teacher Education: A framework for experiencing high-quality group working in Storyline Heidi Remberg Høeg, Kristine Høeg Karlsen and Ellen Høeg Norway

The city (for storyline beginners) Jessica Hansson, Sara Carlsson, Sweden

Key-note 3:

Storyline, Sustainability, Resilience and Hope: Carol Omand, Member of Storyline International Planning Group and of the Golden Circle

I learn my rights Papadimitriou Artemis, Mprella Dimitra, MSc, Greece

Aesthetic tools and methods in Storyline. "Tweenies" - afterschool teachers' encounter with young students' identity formation Malena Wallin, Ulla Tanggaard och Rebecka Nordström Graf, Sweden

Sustaining Storyline through Perseverance Ginger Koonce, Denice Christiansen, USA

Social and Emotional Learning Through Storyline Maggie Byrkit, USA

The sustainable Marketplace Anders Norén, Anna Johansson, Karin Glänneskog,

Storyline through envisionments Oliver Jönsson, Sweden

Storyline as sustainable & resilient magic Hanne Lund-Kristensen, Håkon Lund-Kristensen, Norway

Climate Justice: Planet Before Profit Yvonne McBlain and Kim McCauley, Skottland

New sounds in Storyline A critical analysis of Student teachers’ understanding of elements of music in the composition of soundscapes Jon Sverre Thorstensen, Øystein Sverre Warem, Kristine

Høeg Karlsen, Norway

Storyline's magical power in a CLIL classroom - Creating a meaningful environment for early A1-language learning Ilona Leimu, Finland

Moving Your Storyline Online in a Pandemic Maggie Byrkit, USA

An exploration of the ‘mimetic’ aspects of Storyline used as a crosscurricular and creative approach to teaching and learning in Teacher Education Gitte Cecilie Motzfeldt, Camilla Blikstad Halstvedt, Norway

Children in our world, Björg Eiríksdóttir, Iceland

The forest of Centaurs, a Storyline for sustainability Ifigenia Iliopoulou,, Greece The Boy with the Suitcase from the Land of Garbage. Alexandra Tsigkou, Greece

Environmental heroes/Miljöhjältarna Lottis Isaksson, Teneriffa, Sweden