Deep Listening Skills and Attention Turned Towards Us as Educators with Rabbi Lori Wynters, Tues, Nov 16, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. College Hall 113

In this time of moving through the ‘pandemic portal’, we are being called to be different than before…to find more generative ways to teach, facilitate, learn and breathe.
What are some of the ways of being that we and our students need at this time? What are some ways to continue to grow a culture of care? of ‘sacred’ community? Deep listening, stories, community, the wisdom of asking for connection and support are critical. We are wired for connection and to remind each other who we are in community. What if we let go of the ‘story’ of separation and lean into connection? We need one another with presence, tenderness, compassion and fierceness in these times, What are the ways we can support our students and each other with seeing ourselves and each other, in the experience of belonging and sacred possibility?
Join Rabbi Lori Wynters (Educational Studies & Leadership) for a conversation on ways to use methods based in collective care and decolonized spiritualities to hold space for our experiences and support students and each other during this time of the Coronavirus pandemic.  Faculty, staff, and campus employees welcome.
Date: Tues. November 16
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Location: Faculty Center, College Hall 113