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louie montoya
22:35
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Christine Schirmer (she/her)
22:36
1
Kritika (she/her), CTL
22:36
1
Jess Brown . she/her . Ohlone Land
22:36
1
Sarah Hilgenberg (she/her)
22:36
1
Alex Engel (he/him)
22:37
1
Erica Cahill (she)
22:37
1
Luke Terra (he/him)
22:38
1
Jean Ma (she/her)
22:39
1
Vivien Sun (she/her)
22:40
1
Reza Rezvani
22:41
1
Drew Bourn PhD (he/him)
22:42
1
shannon gilmartin
22:42
1
sam seidel (he/him)
22:42
1
louie montoya
23:05
2
Kritika (she/her), CTL
23:05
2
shannon gilmartin
23:07
2
sam seidel (he/him)
23:07
2
Reza Rezvani
23:07
2
Jess Brown . she/her . Ohlone Land
23:07
2
Luke Terra (he/him)
23:09
2
Lisa Hwang (she/her)
23:21
2
Aleta Hayes
23:26
2
sam seidel (he/him)
23:54
3
louie montoya
23:58
3
Jess Brown . she/her . Ohlone Land
23:59
3
Sarah Hilgenberg (she/her)
24:08
“creative confidence” or “competence”?
Jess Brown . she/her . Ohlone Land
24:29
confidence* but in a way, both
louie montoya
28:26
Maybe some of you have seen our truck cruising around Stanford :)
Jess Brown . she/her . Ohlone Land
31:18
Said website: https://dschool.stanford.edu/programs/k12-lab-network
Kritika (she/her), CTL
34:57
You’ll need to increase your volume.
louie montoya
34:59
The audio is as high as it will go, I recommend just turning up your volume.
Jess Brown . she/her . Ohlone Land
35:00
You might have to turn your device volume up
Jess Brown . she/her . Ohlone Land
39:31
Awoe’s full video (to watch later): https://youtu.be/j6kBzLFVLVU
louie montoya
43:19
Here is the link to the album, please open it up, and scope out a track you want to try out. https://soundcloud.com/dschool-music-633966973/sets/equity-self-care-embodied-exercise
Christine Schirmer (she/her)
51:45
Peaceful
Luke Terra (he/him)
51:47
Centering
Alex Engel (he/him)
51:49
strengthening
shannon gilmartin
51:49
Relaxing
Erica Cahill (she)
51:50
lovely
Diane Friedlaender
51:54
A nice reminder of what know but forget to do
Drew Bourn PhD (he/him)
51:55
Reflective
Aleta Hayes
52:08
soft
Diane Friedlaender
53:14
Seeing them, meeting 1:1 with every student
Erica Cahill (she)
53:26
Allowing options for in-class lectures v. reviewing them as recordings later
Diane Friedlaender
53:37
Starting every class with centering, grounding contemplative practice
shannon gilmartin
53:43
1:1s, being really intentional about arbitrary v non-arbitrary deadlines
Drew Bourn PhD (he/him)
54:13
Trying to address students as agents rather than (only) as persons impacted by forms of structural injustice
Erica Cahill (she)
54:52
+1 on being intentional about what’s “necessary” for deadlines, assignments, etc
Kritika (she/her), CTL
55:13
Normalizing a range of responses and needs.
Diane Friedlaender
59:18
I share with my students my own struggles (not too much detail but that life can be challenging) and how I have used a range of specific self-care strategies such as Qigong, meditation, journaling, awe walks, etc to re-center and re-balance
Jess Brown . she/her . Ohlone Land
59:25
Feel free to drop responses in the chat when you have them. They don’t have to be perfect!
Erica Cahill (she)
59:30
Being explicit with my own boundaries (e.g. time) - in terms of using it I do a lot of “chatter falls” with my class on responses to topics, especially more political or emotional topics.
Drew Bourn PhD (he/him)
59:51
In part, there's the question of the kind of language I'm using and, as a consequence, inviting students to consider using when discussing topics in the history of medicine - whether this relates to medicalized forms of racialization, or gender policing, or immigration and colonization.
Diane Friedlaender
59:52
I am always looking for tools that students can have in their toolkits for self-care
shannon gilmartin
01:00:01
I'm not sure if I have modeled this well YET, but wanting to engage and support students in engaging in more REFLECTION about intentionality and power (of self and others)
sam seidel (he/him)
01:00:40
I am ending each day with a walk and not opening my computer again after that (students don’t necessarily see this ‘modeling’ but they aren’t getting emails from me at late hours and hopefully are noticing that I am [more] rested and balanced)
louie montoya
01:00:53
+1 Erica
Luke Terra (he/him)
01:01:22
Erica, what are “chatter falls”?
Erica Cahill (she)
01:02:15
@Luke It’s when you all type something but don’t press enter; then all press enter at the same time. It’s nice because you can’t wait to respond until you see what others respond to
Luke Terra (he/him)
01:02:47
Ahhh, that’s lovely, thanks for sharing.
Kritika (she/her), CTL
01:02:50
Question: do you think these practices are most important for those most impacted by racial injustice? Or are these general self-care strategies?
Erica Cahill (she)
01:03:09
(I think I learned it in another d school lecture :) )
louie montoya
01:03:24
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/17nx9zVnENVv1RmV8tK9jD9Wt25b8-5BdPpMtg8Xnn_A/edit?usp=sharing
sam seidel (he/him)
01:04:05
An adjacent trick to ‘chatter falls’ if you want to open space for anonymous thought/question sharing in the Zoom chat: have everyone change their Zoom name to a symbol (like %), so that the comments in the chat all show up from the same unidentifiable name
%
01:05:03
^ yes! Thanks sam. This is what that looks like (this is Jess)
Diane Friedlaender
01:05:31
Awesome resources! Thank you so much!!!!
Luke Terra (he/him)
01:05:38
Amazing, thank you1
Luke Terra (he/him)
01:05:39
!
Kritika (she/her), CTL
01:06:32
Definitely!
Aleta Hayes
01:06:55
Thank you!
Erica Cahill (she)
01:07:02
Is there a “chatter fall” or way to let people respond to emotional things in “live” classrooms?
Jess Brown
01:08:03
A piece that Louie wrote about the Self Care Starter Kit: https://medium.com/stanford-d-school/self-care-for-starters-4e63b8e84cd5
Jess Brown
01:09:00
Our Full Sound Practice Discographies: https://soundcloud.com/dschool-music-633966973/sets
shannon gilmartin
01:09:39
In addition to the work that all of us do with students at Stanford, I am also eager to learn about your learnings re: self-care and racial injustice in K-5 classrooms - either from the teacher perspective or student perspective - or both?
Diane Friedlaender
01:11:06
I am interested if there is any interest/or already established learning community to continue learning from each other
Kritika (she/her), CTL
01:11:51
One option is to join CTL’s summer learning community on IDEAL Pedagogy! :)
Kritika (she/her), CTL
01:12:10
https://ctl.stanford.edu/teaching-support/promote-inclusive-learning/ideal-pedagogy
Diane Friedlaender
01:12:10
Whoo hoo, I applied for that!
Kritika (she/her), CTL
01:12:17
Nice!! :D
Jess Brown
01:12:19
Snowball — students write responses on paper >> crumple them>> throw >> folks grab another paper >> read & someone else’s
sam seidel (he/him)
01:12:52
Another way to get an overview of all of the audio exercises, including Equity Self Care Embodied, Barriers and Challenges to Equity Work, The (In)equity Catcher, and the Critical Lens Group Protocol is to start with this page on our site: https://dschool.stanford.edu/k12-lab-network/soundpractice
shannon gilmartin
01:13:56
Yes....so much. SO MUCH. Thank you.
Diane Friedlaender
01:14:06
All the more reason for self care, still tremendous racism even in the Bay Area it is just more veiled
Aleta Hayes
01:14:24
more veiled, exactly
shannon gilmartin
01:15:27
Just step 1...yes. holistic thinking and being. Thank you!!
%
01:16:58
I am so grateful for folks exhausted at the end of this year still making the time to participate and reflect on challenging issues!! ❤️
%
01:17:01
It’s good to be in a room with the people who are trying
%
01:17:02
Thank you for sharing the Sound Cloud albums
%
01:17:05
I am so glad I made joining this gathering a priority! Thank you for your labor, Sam, Louis, and Jess
%
01:17:05
Celebrate where you have contributed to your teams
%
01:17:08
Appreciative of getting myself to attend this lecture after being on call last night (and all of you for this lecture)
%
01:17:10
Accept different forms of being, moving, knowing, responding
%
01:17:15
Really appreciating everyones engagement and sharing approaches
%
01:17:17
Many thanks for the organizers of this event! You put a lot of thought and work into what you're doing.
%
01:17:28
Thank you so much for all of these resources, your creativity, and sharing your work with us
%
01:17:37
Thank you, all!! With gratitude.
%
01:17:39
Thank you all for showing up ready to engage, share, inquire, and learn! These kinds of conversations give me energy and hope.
%
01:17:39
I cannot believe yo are playing this old school soul music lol
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01:17:54
Learn more + connect:K12Lab.orgjbrown@dschool.stanford.edulouie@dschool.stanford.edusss@dschool.stanford.edu
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01:18:01
I appreciate the thoughtfulness, love, and care my community has when we think about each other.