Bobbiette Turner

 

An educator for more than thirty years, Dr. Bobbiette Turner has had the privilege  of working with various age groups.  As an advocate for people with diverse needs, she has presented workshops for The Council of Exceptional at local, state and national levels.  A National Board Certified Teacher in the area of Early Childhood through Young Adulthood/Exceptional Needs Specialist has influenced lifelong quest, to tell "The Story".

    Writing poetry since elementary school has allowed her to grow into various forms of literature.  She continues to see the influences of nursery rhymes to spoken word in her work.

     As part of her profession, writing and storytelling is a basic tenet; one that she embraces and shares completely.

 

Member Affiliations

None.

 

Audience

People Hungry for the STORY.

 

Story Types

Fantasy, Children, Humorous, Historically based, Reality Based, Story Poems.

 

Story Programs

It Wasn't Always Like This

A reflection of childhood thoughts and perceptions of adulthood experiences.

 

Does Workshops?

Yes

 

Workshop Descriptions

Memoirs to Present Day

 

Age Range

Pre K, K-12, Teens, Adults

 

Will Travel

Yes

© 2019 ASE: The Chicago Association of Black Storytellers, All rights reserved. PO Box 802834, Chicago, Illinois 60680

 

The November conference pre-festival gala is supported in part by a Community Arts Assistance Program grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

© 2019 ASE: The Chicago Association of Black Storytellers, All rights reserved. PO Box 802834, Chicago, Illinois 60680

 

The November conference pre-festival gala is supported in part by a Community Arts Assistance Program grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.