In this week’s episode, Billy talks to Dr. Shree Walker. Dr. Walker is the founder of Resilient Walker. She formerly served as Director of Special Education and Special Education Local Plan Area in Los Angeles County and as the Director of Section 504 and Special Populations for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools in Nashville, Tennessee. She also served as an Adjunct Professor at Belmont University and serves on the leadership committee for the Sexual Assault Center, Nashville, Tennessee.
Dr. Walker utilizes practical resolutions to support diverse learners and develops policies and procedures to ensure students have improved educational outcomes, educational stability, minimal disruptions, and endless possibilities. In today's episode, Dr. Walker talks about the roles she plays in her life, being a forever learner, and being a servant leader.
Billy and Dr. Walker discuss:
–What is the difference between adversity and trauma?
–How can resilience help us navigate the challenges of life?
–The ways in which we build resilience
–How can we use resilience to help children and students who have experienced trauma?
–The difference between direct adversity and indirect adversity
–How can educators meet the needs of diverse learners?
Want more from Dr. Shree Walker?
--Resilient Walker (book and audiobook)
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–Episode 23--Parenting and Working with Children with ADHD with Mental Health Advocate Tandra Rutledge
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–Episode 30--Outperform the Norm with Personal Performance Coach Scott Welle
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