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    Wednesday, 13 October 2010

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    Shawn Callahan

    It's true, collecting stories can be very straight forward. Here is another example to add to the approaches you described. A few months back I facilitated a group of 200 people and started the day with a jumpstart storytelling session (http://www.anecdote.com.au/archives/2008/04/jumpstart_story.html). At the end of the session we asked everyone to write down and tag their story. 200 stories in 30 minutes.

    tquinlan

    Another good one - haven't tried that one yet. In a ditting spirit, when we were running Children of the World in Pakistan, we collected over 300 from a single classroom via the web. The pupils all got competitive and away they went - all stories signified beautifully too!

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