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Trauma-Informed Teaching: Applications to online teaching during Covid-19

I’ve done a considerable amount of reading on trauma informed teaching over the last two weeks.  It is very relevant and pertinent given our new realities. As a writer and reflective practitioner, I’ve been writing down my thoughts and connecting together my readings, reflections, classroom experiences, and feedback with students. [I keep a journal for… Continue Reading Trauma-Informed Teaching: Applications to online teaching during Covid-19

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Making it FUN – keeping students engaged in uncertain times

My classes have theme weeks.  If you’re a student in my class, you  can guess the theme via facebook (Drcathynmc), twitter (@DrCathyNMC), Instagram (@DrCathyNMC), or just do it old school in our Zoom meetings in Moodle. I’ve even grabbed the username on YouTube, but have yet to upload anything there since Ensemble meets that need… Continue Reading Making it FUN – keeping students engaged in uncertain times

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What I’m reading: articles on equity, trauma-informed teaching, & what our students need RIGHT NOW

I’ve been doing considerable reading in the evening hours, absorbing the advice and feedback from colleagues in higher ed and K-12. We are all navigating this strange online transition.  And we’re learning along the way. Here are some of the more thought-provoking articles I’ve recently read: Give them All A’s – by Manuel Rustin https://medium.com/@manuelrustin/give-them-all-as-7ea4d0cc52ba… Continue Reading What I’m reading: articles on equity, trauma-informed teaching, & what our students need RIGHT NOW

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