Trauma-Informed Pedagogies is published!
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
5M ago
I am thrilled to announce that Trauma-Informed Pedagogies: A Guide for Responding to Crisis and Inequality in Higher Education has been published! Trauma-Informed Pedagogies is the second book Phyllis Thompson and I co-edited together, and it extends the conversation started in our previous book, Lessons from the Pandemic: Trauma-Informed Approaches to College, Crisis, Change. I encourage you to check out the book’s Front Matter which includes the table of contents, contributor bios, and a thoughtful and thought-provoking foreword by Dr. Laura Quiros. A collection of examples of evidence-based ..read more
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Book update!
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
My co-editor Phyllis Thompson and I received so many compelling responses to our call for submissions that our book project turned into two books. The first book, Lessons from the Pandemic: Trauma-Informed Approaches to College, Crisis, Change, is now available. The second book, Trauma-Informed Pedagogies: A Guide for Responding to Crisis and Inequality in Higher Education, will be available in 2022. So grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with so many passionate and compassionate educators.   Lessons from the Pandemic abstract: This collection presents strategies for trauma-inform ..read more
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Sharing Trauma-Informed Syllabus Strategies
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
Just a quick blog post to point out the TITL Annotated Syllabus I’ve added to the Resources page. Since the covid pandemic, I’ve been thinking about additional changes I might make. In particular, I’ve been wondering about moving to unlimited late days. So far, limiting the late days has been working very well and tends to help students stay motivated and not fall further behind. I am wondering, though, if it’s the limited number of days or the requirement to email me in advance to let me know that is most motivating for students. I was also thinking I would ask students for their input on the ..read more
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Essential Trauma-Informed Online Teaching Tools
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
Thrilled to make an online presentation today with colleagues Matthea Marquart and Johanna Creswell Báez for the Arizona Department of Education! The presentation is titled “Essential Trauma-Informed Online Teaching Tools.” You can use the link below to download to view or download a pdf of our slide deck. arizona-doe-presentation_marquart_baez_carello_10_2020Download ..read more
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Call for Submissions: Lessons from the Pandemic
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
Call for Submissions Lessons from the Pandemic: Trauma-Informed Approaches to College, Crisis, Change Co-Editors: Phyllis Thompson, East Tennessee State University Janice Carello, Edinboro University We are seeking contributions from researchers, teaching faculty, administrators, activists, counselors, and theorists for a collection of essays on trauma-informed teaching and learning in higher education after COVID/during crisis. While studies abound on trauma-informed approaches for mental health service providers, law enforcement, nurses, and K-12 educators, strategies geared to college facul ..read more
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Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning in Times of Crisis
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
Due to the covid-19 crisis, I have been getting more inquiries about trauma-informed teaching in higher education. So I created a video presentation to provide both a general overview of trauma-informed teaching as well as some specific tips and strategies that can be adapted by college educators now and in the future. In the video, I address the questions listed below. Next to each question is the time stamp for when I cover it in the video in order to help make it easy to locate or return to specific sections. What does it mean to be trauma-informed (TI)? 0:01:00 Why does being TI matter to ..read more
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20 Tips and Reminders for Teaching Online during Times of Crisis
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
The reminders and tips below are meant to help reduce both instructors’ and students’ stress. These strategies should also help instructors save time and reduce conflict with students. I encourage you to share your tips and reminders in the comments. Be well. Keep communications brief. Students are also being inundated with information. If you are not already posting weekly announcements and/or module overviews or summaries, now may be a good time to start. This can help cut down on the number of emails sent, create a routine, provide clarification, and foster a sense of connection. Reassure ..read more
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TITL Norming Activities
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
So what do you do with trauma-informed teaching and learning principles? What do they look like in practice? How do we operationalize them? These are common questions I hear from educators who are interested in becoming more trauma-informed. The principles sound great in theory, but they don’t tell us what to do. The good news, and the bad news, is that there is no one right way to be trauma-informed. The extent to which teaching policies and practices are trauma-informed is something that educators must evaluate both individually and collectively. Context matters. Experience matters. Resource ..read more
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“The impulse to save the world is both grandiose and mundane.”
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
The title of this post is the first line from the introduction of Trauma and Human Rights: Integrating Approaches to Address Human Suffering, a book I co-edited with Lisa Butler and Filomena Critelli. I’m thrilled to announce that the book is out! And I’m so grateful to Lisa and Filomena, to the many amazing authors who contributed to the book, and to Palgrave for publishing it ..read more
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Training triggers: A narrative analysis of situations perceived as retraumatizing during MSW training (and some things I’m learning about QR codes!)
Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning
by Janice Carello
1y ago
In a couple of weeks I will be presenting a poster on some of my dissertation study findings at the 9th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, York, UK. I’m very excited about presenting some of my research and about learning from colleagues from around the world! I’ve also been learning some new things about technology as I prepare my poster for presentation. I decided to include a QR code (AKA “blob code”) on my poster that would allow folks to easily access a pdf version of it and also provide them an opportunity to check out the other posts and resources ..read more
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