The Moral of the Story: Folktales for Character Developmentby Bobby Norfolk, Sherry Norfolk
Throughout history, traditional cultures have recognized the role of storytelling in teaching values to children. Yet most educators have not fully capitalized on the connection between storytelling, folktales, and character education.
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Bobby Norfolk first told stories as a national park ranger at the St. Louis Gateway Arch. As a professional story-performer, he has keynoted and led workshops throughout the United States and internationally. He has won three Emmys and several Gold Parents' Choice Awards for his work. From the International Storytelling Center to the Hong Kong International School, Sherry Norfolk's storytelling captures the imagination of all ages. Sherry's electric stage presence and gifts as a teaching artist have been in demand for festivals, schools, and conferences nationwide. The Norfolks have worked extensively in the area of storytelling and character education by taking their expertise into workshops, residencies, and performances. They live in Atlanta and St. Louis.
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