LTC Salon | May 8 | Best and Worst Case Scenarios in Teaching: Trauma-informed Approaches

Dear colleagues,   
In talking with colleagues over the past year, some themes about our teaching challenges come up over and over. How do we handle the limit cases of learning communities – students who don’t turn in assignments, students who are disruptive, students in crisis? How do we deploy strategies to respond nimbly and support students in our precarious post-pandemic reality?
I invite you to join me at this Wednesday’s Salon to workshop these questions and more. I’m interested in what situations with students or classrooms confound you and in what successes you’ve experienced recently. 
Best and Worst Case Scenarios in Teaching: Trauma-Informed Approaches

Learning and Teaching Commons (Sem II E3123)

1-3pm on Wednesday, May 8

This is an informal open-house for connection and conversation – no need to come on time or stay the whole time!

You can also join us via Zoom (the OWL will be set up):

The attached guide is a grab-bag of resources that may support you in preparing for and navigating a range of challenges in teaching.

Yours in community, 


Julie Levin Russo, PhD
Member of the Faculty
The Evergreen State College
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Media Arts & Studies | Gender & Queer Studies
Curricular Area Team Leader
Learning & Teaching Commons: Faculty Scholar
United Faculty of Evergreen: Co-Chair

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