Reviewer: Bethany Thomas
5 articles
Building Classroom Community, Even When We’re All Alone
Community,
Marta Bashovski
I soon realized that visual presence did not determine student participation. ...Rather than hiding behind turned off cameras, there seemed to be a kind of courage that came about in speaking while not being gazed at.
You're Not Alone: Finding Connection in the Classroom and Outside It
CFP: Student Voices
Sophia Geron
I felt disconnected at school, and I desperately wanted to change that.
Building Inclusive Minecraft Communities for Players With Disabilities and Neurological Differences
inclusive,
Matthew Harrison · Kate Ringland
Of course, being neurodivergent is not the only identity that players might explore. If given a safe space, players can explore issues of race, gender, potential future career and education paths, and understanding what it means to be a gamer.
Intimacy and Interruption in Remote Library Instruction
Remote
Leila Walker
Sharing our spaces in synchronous instruction sessions does more than just show the places where research occurs. It creates an opportunity for students to see our vulnerabilities.
Making the Massive Intimate: Building a Lasting Learning Community
Community
Molly Monet-Viera
I focused on whether or not they felt welcomed into the community and whether or not they felt heard. I looked beyond the College Board’s pre-determined learning outcomes to students’ level of engagement, play, and curiosity.
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