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TA: Guest Speaker - Hidden Disabilities part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Phil Mixter (he/him/his)
44:30
Dad jokes?!?!
Rocky Lucas
44:38
I can chill folks out and bring them into my relaxed state :)
Steve Hines
44:41
student & learning advocate
Amy Donaldson (she,her,hers)
44:41
adaptability under pressure :)
Jane Jenkins (she/her) WSU
44:43
Ability to connect with others
Bethany Colaprete (she/her/hers)
44:49
Empathy and mental health professional
Briedi Gillespie (she/her/hers)
44:57
making a fool of myself pretending to be a dog with a neurologic signs
Peggy Barr
44:57
Thinking broadly
Meredyth Goodwin
44:58
Helping to arrange accommodations and understand te importance of accommodations to removing barriers tot he learning environment.
Martin G Klotz (WSU)
45:02
wearing a bowtie
Lynn Jinishian
45:02
I’m here from the College of Nursing: Compassion!
K. Jane Wardrop
45:06
passion for hematology
Jeffrey Abbott
45:18
Enthusiasm
Samantha Gizerian
45:22
advocating for undergrads
Briedi Gillespie (she/her/hers)
01:01:31
my superpower is NOT dancing on Zoom...
Martin G Klotz (WSU)
01:05:15
what is a “good” question ?
Bethany Colaprete (she/her/hers)
01:07:08
It may appear like a mental health issue. So, they feel “stressed” or “anxious” because they are spending an overwhelming amount of time studying and still struggling.
Rachel Halsey
01:07:53
Next week's CVM Teaching Academy Regina's Session (April 14) Part 2 - http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=wnhpfr7ab&oeidk=a07ehlreoo6aeb0668f
Briedi Gillespie (she/her/hers)
01:07:57
good point Martin! However, you might raise a red-flag in your mind if a week before the exam a student is asking questions that are so much more superficial than the level of understanding you might expect at that time.
Meredyth Goodwin
01:10:20
Or they ask a question that indicates lack of basic understanding, or they are lost with process and logistics. They sometimes are so overwhelmed they are still working on the rudiments.
Martin G Klotz (WSU)
01:11:02
yes, maybe, I am so used to those “inquiries” that I do not consider it a a not good question …
Martin G Klotz (WSU)
01:11:56
it’s an increasing lack of applicable knowledge
Meredyth Goodwin
01:12:52
Yes.
Martin G Klotz (WSU)
01:13:14
The “Scooby doo” syndrome
Danny Powell
01:13:54
self medication is also used not to "check out" of a situation, but to be able to "check in" to the world around them without being overwhelmed by stress/pain/sensory overload
Amy Donaldson (she,her,hers)
01:14:27
So true Danny
Martin G Klotz (WSU)
01:16:33
The bully is standardized tests …
Danny Powell
01:17:46
disability is very contextual
Phil Mixter (he/him/his)
01:18:29
Q: Does professional school titrate capacity for some students or is it adding stressors that also limit their ability to compensate for LDs
Meredyth Goodwin
01:21:12
Great question, Phil. I suggest the latter. But WSU CVM does an incredible job at accommodating difference.
Martin G Klotz (WSU)
01:23:40
they could be Canadians ...
Meredyth Goodwin
01:26:52
I must leave to enter another meeting! It was wonderful to join you all today. If you have any concerns about students, please refer the students to the Access Center or call us to discuss your concerns to determine if accommodations might help.
Bonnie Campbell
01:27:22
Ain't doing right
Steve Hines
01:27:24
Aint doing right
Raelynn Farnsworth
01:27:24
Aint doing right
Rocky Lucas
01:27:53
Two-Minute warning :)
Erika Offerdahl
01:29:01
thanks for this! another meeting at 1!
Rachel Halsey
01:29:11
Next week: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=wnhpfr7ab&oeidk=a07ehlreoo6aeb0668f
Steve Hines
01:29:11
Please join us next week, everyone!
Samantha Gizerian
01:29:24
Thank you, this has been great so far!
Chrissy Eckstrand
01:29:45
Thank you!
Amy Donaldson (she,her,hers)
01:30:04
Thank you
Sarah Guess
01:30:15
thank you!
Bonnie Campbell
01:30:21
Thanks!
Elsa Silva
01:30:23
Thank you so much!!
Danny Powell
01:30:24
thank you!