How to Talk to Students about Traumatic News Events: 099
The world watched thousands of Trump supporters storm the U.S. capitol building on January 6, 2021, and the very next day, you were expected to help your students process all that they were seeing and hearing about on the news. You are a beginning teacher, and there is no right way to handle any of this. This week's show is my gentle offer of support during what I know is yet another very challenging time in the time of Covid.
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