Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education
Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education Online
Adopting trauma-informed pedagogy requires intentional efforts, planning, dialogues, and constant self-reflection to foster equitable environments where students feel seen, valued, and appreciated. In this session we will discuss six equity-centered trauma-informed principles from Alex Shevrin’s book Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education, including helpful tips and activities that can be adapted for any teaching context. Participants in this session will develop ideas to incorporate these principles in their own instructional and work setting. We welcome everyone with an open heart and mind to engage in cultivating tools to add to their equity-centered teaching toolbox. Attendees do not need to have read the book to join the session. Read more and register here.
Presenters: The Graduate Teaching Assistant & Postdoc Teaching Learning Community, engages educators with evidence-based practices and pedagogy to teach in accessible and inclusive ways. Educators, including Graduate Teaching Assistants, Faculty and Staff share pedagogy, best practices, and holistic educator and student success strategies. This group strives to practice a culture of care and to build community and meets twice a month throughout the year.
Please register for this event and add the details to your calendar. Your registration is a commitment to attend. The Graduate School will send a reminder with Zoom connection information a few days before the session. Additionally, slides and any other related materials after the session will be distributed to all registered participants after the fact.