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How To Use The Program
The Star Thrower Story is a versatile short film that can be used in any environment and is applicable to a wide audience.
Trainers can begin any meeting or conference with The Star Thrower Story. It encourages participants to think about their actions and how they can affect the rest of their organization. The positive message and powerful imagery will motivate viewers and prepare them for what is to come.
Trainers can also conclude any session with The Star Thrower Story. The powerful message of participating in the world around us and making a difference serves as a call to action. Viewers will reflect on the message from the program and incorporate it with what they learned from the meeting.
The Star Thrower Story can also be used as its own brief (half-hour) training session. Show the short film to the group and ask them the accompanying questions found on this website.
Loren Eisley Biography
Loren Eiseley was a highly respected anthropologist, writer, ecologist, and poet. He published several books in the 1950s, '60s, and '70s. He is best known for the poetic essay style, called the "hidden essay.' He used this to explain complex scientific ideas to the general public. He is also well known for writing about humanity's relationship with the natural world. Some of his books include:The Immense Journey (1957), The Unexpected Universe (1969), The Night Country (1971), and the memoir All the Strange Hours (1975). Loren Eiseley died in 1977.