Episode 140: Trauma-Informed Teaching

The pandemic has traumatized almost everyone. In higher education, however, we are trying to keep going on as if nothing’s wrong. Borrowing from the K-12 practices of trauma-informed teaching, Adam and Dinur talk about how to implement these practices in our own teaching practice – and how it will help both ourselves and our students.

Show Notes
Reddit.com, “Masks, Revulsion, and the Uncanny Valley”
Chicagonow.com, “The Uncanny Valley and the Grocery Store: Feeling Reality Recede”
Forge.medium.com, “The More Normal Things Get, the Weirder Life Feels”
EducationNorthwest.org, “Trauma Informed Practices in Postsecondary Education”
MSNU.edu, “Trauma Informed Teaching”
Edutopia.org, “Trauma Informed Teaching: How and Why”
Chronicle of Higher Education, Teaching Newsletter
ALA.org, “Keeping Up With Trauma-Informed Pedagogy” 
UCI.edu, “Trauma-Informed Pedagogy”
Inside Higher Ed, “Seven Recommendations for Helping Students Thrive in Times of Trauma”
Guilford.edu, “For Faculty: Resilient Teaching”
Ohio.edu, “Trauma-Informed Teaching”
Mary-Ann Winkelmes’ Transparent Teaching Archive

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