Teaching and Learning Together Online in Challenging Times
Annie O’Shaughnessy, M.Ed.
Sep 16 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Target Audience: Educators who facilitate online learning for middle school through adult learners Shifting from in-person to virtual teaching can be an intimidating step. How is it possible to create meaningful, inclusive, authentic, and energizing engagement online? By applying principles gleaned from trauma-informed practices, mindfulness, social and emotional learning, and restorative approaches, you can create learning experiences that leverage the advantages of online training and energize and inspire both you and the participants. In this interactive webinar you will explore several different frameworks for organizing your time, experience what these frameworks feel like as a learner, and gather in small cohorts to share takeaways and insights.
Annie O'Shaughnessy supports schools to develop integrated, human-centered approaches to school change that center on the interdependence of mindfulness, restorative practices, socialemotional learning, trauma informed practices, and equity. She is a certified secondary English teacher with an M.Ed. in Mindfulness for Educators and a certification in basic and advanced trauma informed practices from the Center for Adolescent Studies. In addition to consulting, Annie is an adjunct instructor at Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, Vermont, where she is launching a Certificate Program in Holistic Restorative Education.
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