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TFEL Field Scholars - Cohort A - Shared screen with speaker view
Tara Collins
13:20
Hi Tiahna. Did you want to ask your question in here or would you like me to pause Anita so you can ask
Tiahna
13:46
What is BIPOC? It was in the title
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
13:56
What an important topic on such a historic day
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
14:04
BIPOC: Black indigenous people of colour
Diego
14:06
Black Indigenous or People of Color
Rajneek Thind
14:07
BIPOC = Black, Indigenous, People of colour
Tiahna
14:13
thank you
Tricia Snyder
14:18
Yes Margaret!
Tricia Snyder
25:33
CRT in education both Pre-K -12 and higher ed
Tricia Snyder
30:33
Imposter syndrome
Tricia Snyder
38:44
hard lines related to professionalism
Tricia Snyder
39:15
relates to safety
Tricia Snyder
40:57
Trauma is a perfect place to demonstrate cultural humility and vulnerability even if you DO share qualifiers with the client system
Lindsay Snoke
48:11
That’s a great point, stay unknowing and don’t assume!
Dr. Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
48:44
Great presentation! I recommend you taking a look at "Learning to teach, teaching to learn 3rd ed by the CSWE Press. The book talks about social justice in field education.
Dr. Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
50:46
Also, Counseling Psychology is a bit ahead of us in this area. Derald Wing Sue's work may interest you:)
Rajneek Thind
52:26
Anita, this research is so critical! Definitely relate to a lot of what you shared on a personal and professional level. Thank you for sharing and looking forward to reading your dissertation one day!
Tricia Snyder
52:38
Focusing on the feeling not specifics
Rajneek Thind
55:56
I think those are very western perspectives. Different ways of knowing encourage relational work in practice. Navigating those boundaries between different ways of knowing and western perspectives can be challenging sometimes for sure.
Anita Gooding
01:00:16
Thank you Rajneek. Great points
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
01:00:44
Thank you Dr. Okuda - that makes a lot of sense, often we are in “silos” but we can create connections between researches
Dr. Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:01:44
Thank you, Margaret! I like that a lot!
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
01:04:00
So true Naomi - like my school makes all students supervised by field instructors without MSWs have 30 mins extra for seminars. It makes no sense
Dr. Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:06:24
What is this study can be used as a catalyst?
Tricia Snyder
01:06:50
Tokenism or no credibility
Tara Collins
01:07:11
I am conscious of the time. We will have to wrap up. Great presentation.
Dr. Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:07:45
Excellent work, Anita!
Anita Gooding
01:07:48
gooding@pdx.edu
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
01:07:49
Thanks everyone
Lindsay Snoke
01:07:50
Thank you so much Anita loved it
Emily Murphy
01:07:51
Thank you Anita for a great presentation!
Naomi Levitz Shobola
01:07:58
Thanks for a great meeting
Tricia Snyder
01:07:58
Thanks Anita!!
Rajneek Thind
01:08:00
Such a great topic for discussion! Such important conversations. Thank you Anita !