August 20, 2020 by Julia Rose 




How do we effectively teach students when many of our children, their parents and the teachers themselves are in active states of crisis?

What forms of education are essential and what types are actually arbitrary at a time when children and families are experiencing varying degrees of threat? 

In this episode, clinical psychologist Dr. Barbara Stroud is here to share insights and ideas with teachers for how to re-imagine education in this time of global crisis. It’s time to repurpose the One Room Schoolhouse for a digital world, and adapt our learning time to the crucially needed social-emotional supports and experiential learning our children need more than ever right now. 

Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:

  • Several actionable examples for engaging students in simple experience-based learning opportunities
  • Why academics are arbitrary unless we are first sufficiently meeting the the physiological and emotional safety needs of the children we teach. 
  • Why “Moments Matter,” and how you can use them to mitigate the long-term effects of traumatic stress and build resilience in its place!






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