“How do we talk about our lives if the source of chronic disconnection is the culture itself?” -Maureen Walker, PhD Maureen Walker, PhD, is a senior RCT scholar, a licensed psychologist, and a gifted speaker, educator, and writer. In this video, we discuss her work on race, power, and relationships. Maureen’s recent book “When Getting […]
About Harriet Schwartz
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Harriet Schwartz contributed a whooping 4 entries.
Harriet was the featured speaker for Scholar Rounds at a virtual event for the University of British Columbia’s Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy on Thursday, August 27. She worked with faculty to discuss connected teaching in the current moment – including the pandemic and the North American focus on racial justice.
Harriet Schwartz shares about her book Connected Teaching on episode 287 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The Teaching in Higher Ed podcast explores the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. They share ways to increase personal productivity in order to create more peace in our lives and be even […]
“How we are with our students throughout this pandemic will teach them at least as much as the content of our courses.” This is an updated version of a message I shared via social media soon after my university moved to remote teaching in response to COVID-19. The past few weeks of transitioning courses and […]