World Book Night 2021: The Healing Power of Stories
Have you ever heard of Mortimer J. Adler? He was an American philosopher, educator, encyclopedist and popular author. He said: “In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you.” Is there a story that you remember as a special one? What makes it special?
In celebration of World Book Night, Livija Pribanić, the English teacher and storyteller, will share her special story with you.
Do you know that books have this special healing power?
Find out and join us on Friday, 23th of April, and listen to a story. A very special story. Let’s see will it get through to you, as it did to Livija. All you need is some free time and your smartphone.
Join us via Zoom and confirm your attendance at email@example.com.
About the Storyteller:
Livija Pribanić has been teaching English at Vocational high-school in Vinkovci for nearly two decades. During that time she has been active in her area of expertise: as teacher trainer she has held numerous workshops both in Croatia and internationally, as teacher mentor she has co-authored National English Curriculum and has conducted training sessions at the national level. At school, she has administered 10 EU funded projects (LdV VETRO, LdV IVT, Transfer of Innovation, Partnership programmes).
At the moment she is the coordinator in the project i-Nastava where she reviews video lessons for high-school. She also produces educational material for high-school students as part of her own video lessons.
Her motto is “It always seems impossible until it’s done” (Mandela).