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BeSST Conference Main room (Room 1) - Shared screen with speaker view
Survjit Cheeta
19:54
i particularly liked the plaque
Jennifer Watermeyer
20:05
Very funny show
Tanya (Indy's mum)
20:19
Loved the plaque!
Jo Hart
20:20
Morning! i am hoping someone buys me a similar sign for my desk!
Survjit Cheeta
20:45
i bought one for our new division lead - everyone needs one
Tracey Collett (she/her)
20:49
love that sign!
Survjit Cheeta
21:15
we can see in the pictue
Survjit Cheeta
21:19
the top line
Survjit Cheeta
21:51
second line - of you F****** f****!
Pixel 4a
39:33
I came across the concept of the wounded healer through Twitter earlier this year, it was really transformative in changing the way I view my own disability from a potential weakness limiting my ability to teach, to a part of my experiences and identity that can help me connect and foster empathy with my students
Paul Stronge
43:01
Yes, Pixel 4a. This and Kathy's eloquent remarks also make me think of Arthur Frank's powerful work on illness narratives - some essentials of which I try to share with early years students.
Tracey Collett (she/her)
44:43
Oh Kathy!