May 23, 2017: Educating the Whole Person for Beginners - TLISI 2017
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McGuire Zeiss, Kathy
When students come into our classrooms, they bring more than their intellects; they bring their past experiences, their fears and hopes, their current struggles and passions, and a range of identities, all of which shape their learning. These aspects of your students can shape your teaching, too- and it doesn't have to be a daunting task. Recognizing students as whole human beings and taking their well-being into consideration doesn't require a huge course overhaul. This session talked about the benefits of small adjustments, brief exercises, and mini-conversations aimed at student well-being. It also shared ideas that teachers can implement in any course.
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