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Tell Me A Story Using Stories to Improve Occupational Safety Training
  • Published Date:
    1/1/2008
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    Human beings are natural storytellers and story listeners. We learn very early that stories entertain us, but also give us the rules about what is expected of us and how to make meaning of our experiences. Stories are integral to our lives, and have great power to change or influence how we think or how we react. They are an innate part of how we learn, and have obvious benefits to trainers or educators who are trying to impact what and how we learn. This paper and presentation discuss the social and cultural power of stories, and how they have been used to develop training for skilled blue-collar workers. Included will be examples as well as suggestions for trainers on where to find stories, what type of stories to pay attention to, and how to use them to improve occupational safety training.

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