From the Office of Community College Research and Leadership (OCCRL), the 2nd of 3 Pathways to Results Coffee Break Webinars:
In many ways trauma-informed pedagogies have embodied many deficit notions related to students’ pain and (in)abilities. A move away from trauma-informed to healing-centered may support a more asset-based pedagogical approach that both recognizes the role trauma plays in students’ lives and the ways in which institutes of higher education might address trauma through asset-based, and culturally sustaining, interactions. This webinar explores the relationship between trauma-informed pedagogies and deficit ideologies.
Dr. Asif Wilson, associate dean of instruction at Harold Washington College, is the presenter.
Save the date for the next Pathways to Results Coffee Break Webinar: Pillars of Neutrality? On Subjectivities of Institutional Research and Researchers – May 16th, 1-3:30 p.m.