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Emergency Remote Education and Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

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GO-GN ‘Crisis & Care’ GASTA
https://altc.alt.ac.uk/summit2020/sessions/go-gn-crisis-care-gasta/
https://altc.alt.ac.uk/summit2020/news/2020/08/20/guest-post-education-in-the-post-covid-world-and-trauma-informed-pedagogy-by-aras-bozkurt/

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Emergency Remote Education and Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

  1. 1. Emergency Remote Education and Trauma-Informed Pedagogy Aras Bozkurt, PhD Anadolu University, Turkey GO-GN ‘Crisis & Care’ GASTA Session ALT'S SUMMER SUMMIT 2020 26 August 2020 Image credit: Sharon McCutcheon
  2. 2. Image Credit: Adam Nieścioruk [1]: Emergency remote teaching in a time of global crisis due to CoronaVirus pandemic What happened when the Coronavirus (Covid19) hit the globe? caused trauma, psychological pressure, and anxiety [1]
  3. 3. Emergency Remote Education
  4. 4. Image credit: Chris Lawton History repeats itself! And it repeated again… We did the same mistakes...
  5. 5. Image credit: John Sibley In fact, as we started to wear masks, we have seen the real face of education: Unmasked and cruel.....
  6. 6. Image Credit: Joshua Hoehne We did care about education… Did we care about learners? Did we care how they felt during the Covid-19 crisis?
  7. 7. Image credit: Nathan Dumlao Lessons learned during the Covid19 crisis and from emergency remote education What works best?
  8. 8. Image Credit: Art Lasovsky [2]: Emergency remote teaching in a time of global crisis due to CoronaVirus pandemic “As a matter of fact, what we teach in these times can have secondary importance. We have to keep in mind that students will remember not the educational content delivered, but how they felt during these hard times. With an empathetic approach, the story will not center on how to successfully deliver educational content, but it will be on how learners narrate these times” [2]
  9. 9. Image Credit: [3]: SAMHSA’s Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach. “an event, series of events, or set of circumstances that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful or threatening and that has lasting adverse effects on the in- dividual’s functioning and physical, social, emotional, or spiritual well-being.”
  10. 10. Image Credit: dominik reallife Everyday life is, in fact, a trauma for many learners
  11. 11. Image Credit: Chris Buckwald Consider yourself; ● as a learner affected from Covid19 crisis, ● As a refugee ● As a minority ● As an LGBTQ ● As a learner that doesn’t fit (so-called ideal) educational system ● As an individual in economic crisis ● As a person at the margins ● As an individual who is not understood by society You could be / can be one of them… Act now!
  12. 12. Image Credit: Flip Kominik We must... ● Welcome ● Listen ● Value ● Share the burden
  13. 13. “Come, come, whoever you are”. Rumi (Mevlana)
  14. 14. Thank you for being here and listening to me… For further questions: @arasbozkurt Image credit: Fernando Jorge

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