Community members who submitted stories were given an opportunity to interpret their story, or share the meaning of their story, by responding to follow-up questions called “signifiers.” There are two types of signifiers: dyads and triads.
Here is an example of a dyad. To respond, the storyteller moves the bubble to show how “stressed out” or “calm” they feel in their story.
Here is an example of a triad. To respond, the storyteller moves the bubble to show how much each option applies to their story. If they leave the bubble in the middle, each option applies in equal proportions.