Trauma, Brave spaces, flux pedagogy, student voices
During COVID-19, being a graduate student has been difficult. There are challenges in building and sustaining communities in digital spaces and other unforeseen difficulties. In these difficulties, we have students experiencing issues in addition to the pandemic and consequences of the underlying systemic problems that have worsened for marginalized groups and the systemic inequity inherent in the graduate education system. In any case, this paper is a mission from me, the graduate student, to articulate a few suggestions professors could add to the practice to center both student lives and academics through trauma-sensitive pedagogy.
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Wellington, Dianne T.
"Reflections from a Graduate Student: Adapting Trauma-Sensitive Pedagogy in the time of a Pandemic,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 18
, Article 4.