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Intelligogy The Podcast Season 4, Episode 8: Woke Wednesday

Intelligogy The Podcast Season 4, Episode 8: Woke Wednesday


Woke Wednesday meets Monday Matters in this mashup of Rockin’ Remote Learning and Rethinking SEL.

In the Monday Matters series, Traci guides us to consider a new way of thinking about SEL.

She challenges us to shift by no longer thinking solely about social emotional learning to broaden our view to: Meeting and Exceeding Emotional Needs of Teachers, Administrators, Parents, & Students. We begin to understand the relevance and essential nature of weaving MESENTAPS into our practice as Traci explains, “We have some needs that need to be met and they are way outside the realm of learning. Being aware, looking at faces when I talk. Are there interactions coming back in?”

This episode is full of emotion and reasons to think deeply on broadening our thinking by rethinking SEL.

Connect with Traci on remote learning, and rethinking SEL on Twitter at Traci Browder or Intelligogy The Podcast.

Howdy, Edufriends! I am a lover of people and relationships. I’ve been teaching for more than 16 years. My happy places have been reading specialist, instructional coach, mentor, and a 3rd grade and Kindergarten teacher. My classroom is a live learning lab hosting student teachers, teachers who want to learn how to have more engagement in their classrooms, and administrators for other schools often pop in. I am most passionate about igniting the spark in adults and helping children believe in themselves. Perhaps oddly interesting, I have a unique love for animals that includes previously having owned a boa constrictor and having shown pure-bred wolves at wolf shows. I should have said unique love for exotic animals!

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