Being There for Students When You’re Emotionally Unavailable

Rae Pica withDeborah Kipps-Vaughan, Jesse Scaccia, Jessica Lahey

Our guests all agree that teachers are expected to be emotionally available to students under all conditions. So what happens when a teacher is unable to do so?

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August 16, 2014
Episode Guests
Deborah Kipps-Vaughan is an Associate Professor at James Madison University where she implements and researches her Teacher Wellness Program. Jesse Scaccia is the editor-in-chief of Virginia’s He has taught at public schools in New York City, San Diego, and at a home for young men in Cape Town, South Africa. Jessica Lahey, former teacher & author of the article, Why Parents Need to Let Children Fail.
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