How can we rebuild resilience to persist, learn, & connect?
Date & Time
September 22, 2021, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
As we try to adapt to the (shifting) new normal after a year of quarantine, we face new stressors and challenges that compound our own efforts to persist. Likewise, our students are venturing onto campus (many for the first time), re-learning how to be together in live classrooms or residence halls again, and working to recover learning opportunities lost to the pandemic and social upheaval. Let’s reflect on how we can move forward together, re-build our resilience, and inspire our students and ourselves to persist, learn, and connect. Before the session, we invite you to choose at least one of these new resources to think through your own experiences and share your thoughts during the discussion:
- How to Be More Intentional with course policies, LMS, and scaffolding feedback article in Faculty Focus
- Pedagogy of Healing article with 13 actions to help promote students’ mental health in Inside Higher Ed
- Trauma-Informed Pedagogy webpage cited in the Chronicle
- Designing Self-Care Practices for This Academic Year article in the Scholarly Teacher
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