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John Thurgood on creative writing, skateboarding, grad school and teaching amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Jason Anderson on self-accommodation, self-advocacy and building resilience.
Dr. Katie Rose Guest Pryal on her book, Life of the Mind Interrupted: Essays on Mental Health and Disability in Higher Education.
DJ Lee, PhD on mental health, disability and access in her book, Remote: Finding Home in the Bitterroots.
Kristine Koyama on creating multimodal lessons and making online classes accessible.
Karen Tang on the correlation between addiction and mental health, and developing mindfulness and self-compassion.
Chrissy Mackey, PhD (ABD) on having lupus, the perception of attendance and the accessibility of Dungeons & Dragons for training.
Dr. Krista Grensavitch on the intersections of feminist pedagogy and disability studies, and incorporating objects into teaching and learning.
Jessica A. Martin on accessibility challenges as a non-traditional student and attending university while working nearly full-time.
Chelsea Embree on accessing mental health resources on campus and supporting students as a first-time instructor.
Kate Lister on making curricula accessible and inclusive so students aren’t required to “out” themselves.
Jenni Moody on the importance of mentoring mentors and new graduate teaching assistants.
Julie Sayo: Topic to be announced. Please stay tuned!
Reflecting on the First Season. Let’s take a look at the highlights from Season One and all we have learned.
Winter Break. The first episode of the new year drops January 27th.
See you soon!