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Reflections from a Boulder Journey School Resident Teacher: Courage
In order to progress in the field of Education, the world needs teachers who do not always do things because they are popular or because they have been done a particular way. Teachers should be willing to experiment, to take risks, and to be audacious, recognizing that not just any education is good enough.
Mayra Tubac is a Graduate student currently enrolled in the Boulder Journey School Teacher Education Program. Mayra is completing her residency in one of the infant rooms at Boulder Journey School. Maureen Condon, Boulder Journey School Mentor, sat down with Mayra to pick her brain about the professional competency of courage.
Q: What have you learned about courage while teaching during the 2021-2022 school year?
Q: What opportunities for learning about courage exist within the context of teaching during a pandemic, when circumstances consistently change?
Q: What have you learned from children about courage?
Q: What have you learned from your fellow Boulder Journey School Teacher Education Program cohort members about courage?
Q: What have your fellow cohort members learned about courage from you?
Below, Mayra joyfully connecting with a child in her class.