In this episode, I’m joined by Julie S Hasson, author, educator, story collector and speaker. Julie speaks about how we remember our teachers, the importance of building strong relationships with students and how to care for our own safety as teachers.
Dr Julie Schmidt Hasson is a professor in the Reich College of Education at Appalachian State University. She is a former teacher and school principal. Julie’s research on the impact of a teacher is the topic of a TEDx talk and is the focus of her engaging professional development programs. She founded the Chalk and Chances project, a vehicle for elevating and celebrating teachers, in 2017. Her latest book, Safe, Seen, and Stretched in the Classroom, was released in November 2021.
- Notice any bids for connection that are coming from the people around you and watch how you are responding to these.
- How can you make more effort to lean into bids for connection?
Further learning related to this episode/references:
- Acorn story – Chalk and Chances
- Share your story – Chalk and Chances
- Turning Toward Our Children: Answering Bids for Connection
- More from the Gottman Institute
- Julie’s TEDx Talk: The Teachers we Remember
- Safe, Seen, and Stretched in the Classroom
- Check out our Episode 5 Pinterest board
Music by Twisterium from Pixabay.
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