- Focus on skill development
- Active, participative style
- Be a part of the ancient parampara of storytellers
- Connect to culture, reconnect with the inner child
A stable internet connection that will allow you to participate over Zoom with your video on.
1. What if I have no previous experience as a storyteller?
Ans. Everyone is a potential storyteller. The facilitator will play the role of a mentor and guide to develop and enhance that potential.
2. What if I miss a class?
Ans. Recorded sessions will be available. The PPT will be shared. A WhatsApp Group for updates and essential communication will be set up (optional membership).
3. What if I am not proficient in speaking English?
Ans. Since the sessions deal with storytelling, any level of communication is acceptable.
Dr. Arundhati Sundar is passionate about connecting to culture through storytelling. She has conducted storytelling workshops for Balavihar Sevikas and Sevaks in several Chinmaya Mission centres in the US and Singapore, and lately as an Adjunct Professor of Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth, an online Storytelling Course for the University students. She was a regular volunteer storyteller in primary schools, public libraries and festival events for 20+ years in the US and an active participant in the Storytellers Circle of the Society for Reading and Literacy, Singapore. From 2011-15 she mentored Balavihar Sevaks in Singapore, creating course content for Balavihars. She is an Academic Outreach for Chinmaya International Foundation.