How do we manage as teachers and educational leaders when our own stresses and hurts interfere with a healthy, joyful approach to our work? Join host Tony Neal, co-host Deborah Bohlmann, and guest Brittini Gray for more discussion of living and working in emotionally challenging conditions, suggesting approaches that allow us to feel supported, energized and renewed for ongoing engagement. Produced and directed by Deborah Bohlmann. Recording, editing, and creative support by Alvin Zamudio.
Teens in a trauma-informed educational setting for high school students provide candid conversation about their unique needs as learners. Host Tony Neal, a veteran social justice trainer, and co-host Deborah Bohlmann, an experienced high school teacher, respond and reflect on the implications of the conversation for educators committed to listening to their students. Recording, music, logo, and editing by Alvin Zamudio. Produced by Deborah Bohlmann.
Host Tony Neal and co-host Deborah Bohlmann consider the practices of trauma-informed teaching, including conversation with Travis Williams, a teacher in alternative education in a St. Louis-area public school district, Maplewood Richmond Heights. Travis is a knowledgeable and experienced practitioner in trauma-sensitive education. Recording, music, logo, and editing by Alvin Zamudio. Produced by Deborah Bohlmann.