2022 Presentations (Communicative Events)
Faculty Self-Care, Mental Health, and Community Support Through Pandemic Teaching
These are the slides from a webinar for the Madison College Open Community Fridays series, which is hosted by Dr. Tina Rettler-Pagel of the Madison College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
This session will discuss multiple models of professional self care for faculty and students particularly related to teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants will discuss what institutional strategies that can and should be promoted for lower rates of burnout as well the role of professional mentorship, and peer-based accountability partners can play in improved self-care outcomes. Participants will consider ways to build self-care strategies into their courses to bolster both students and instructors, and sample strategies across disciplines will be shared. Participants will also be able to identify skills to begin a year-long practice to enhance self-care practices during this time of collective stress.
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- March 28, 2022
Self-care; pandemic teaching; organizational self-care
Counselman Carpenter, B., Cummings, S., and Marquart, M. (2022, March 25). Faculty self-care, mental health, and community support through pandemic teaching. Webinar for Madison College’s Open Community Fridays. Online via WebEx.