Rebuilding Hope: Teaching in the Aftermath [Webinar]

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Rebuilding Hope: Teaching in the Aftermath [Webinar]

Rebuilding Hope: Teaching in the Aftermath [Webinar]

We recognize that stepping back into the classroom next week will be challenging. To help you plan your next steps, we are announcing an upcoming webinar, "Rebuilding Hope: Teaching in the Aftermath," presented by the Office of the Provost in collaboration with
leaders across campus.

This webinar aimed to serve as an essential resource to navigate the challenges of returning to the classroom after a crisis. MSUPD addressed campus safety and Interim Provost Thomas Jeitschko provided opening comments. 

The guest speaker, Dr. Alyssa Hadley Dunn, is a renowned expert on teaching after a crisis. Until recently, Dr. Dunn was a faculty member at MSU.  

In this webinar, Dr. Dunn shared her insights on supporting our students and colleagues as we return to the classroom. She provided practical tools and techniques for creating a safe, welcoming, and inclusive learning environment and addressing the unique challenges and opportunities that arise in the aftermath of a crisis. 

Dr. Dunn has a deep connection to MSU, having served here as a faculty member until recently. She has colleagues, friends, and students here at MSU, and understands the unique challenges our community faces. Her compassion and empathy for our situation undoubtedly has helped us all navigate the difficult road ahead. 

Rebuilding Hope silde deck [read only, with MSU netID]
Teaching on Days After: What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do [read only, with MSU netID]

Additionally, the MSU Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation has compiled the Resources for Teaching After Crisis playlist for all as the MSU community heals, and Lisa Laughman has shared a Special Message to Faculty on Spartan Resilience.