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Creating Trauma-Conscious Learning Spaces Session 3: Caring for Students & Self: Sustaining Trauma-Sensitive Teaching Practices   

We and our students are experiencing a time of powerful social transformation amidst a global health crisis. The physical, social, and emotional toll that we all may be experiencing brings into focus the need for an awareness of trauma’s impact on learning. Join us for a special three-part workshop series examining how collective trauma can affect our students and how to cultivate spaces for learning that support student resilience and success. No matter your discipline, this workshop series is essential for developing a better understanding of how to teach responsively in these fraught times.

Note: This registration page is for Session Three of this three-part workshop. To learn more about and to register for Sessions One and Two, click below:


Session 3 Title:  Caring for Students & Self: Sustaining Trauma-Sensitive Teaching Practices   

Facilitators: Liz Zadnik (Asst. Director, Wellness Resource Center), Aisha Moore (Coordinator, Sexual Assault Counseling and Education (SACE) Unit, Tuttleman Counseling Services) Hillary Black (Assistant Coordinator of Sexual Assault Counseling and Education (SACE)         

The third in a multi-part series on trauma-sensitive teaching strategies, staff from Temple’s Wellness Resource Center and Tuttleman Counseling Services will invite participants to explore ways to cultivate well-being for students and for themselves. In this workshop, facilitators will share ways to support student well-being with informed referrals to campus and local resources, as well as techniques for sustainable self-care.

The facilitator will send an access link to this webinar via email prior to the session.

Friday, August 14, 2020
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Hosted Online via Zoom
Hosted Online
  Teaching & Pedagogy Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 43 seats available.