Thriving Audio Garden

House of Thriving community members share about thriving through healing-centered education.

Kelechi Erondu, analytics manager from New York City
shares what is possible through authenticity
1:44
 
Rachelle Archer, educational consultant from San Diego shares
about the power of healing-centered education
3:19
 

“Uplifting the power of community and the medicine that is in community… it's a way of being that is nourishing”

Edna Bosseau, math teacher from Wisconsin
reflects on Thriving Teacher Project
1:50
 
Quin Gonell, restorative practice coordinator from Massachusetts
imagines integrating healing when supporting teachers
3:07
 

“Teachers can play an important role as facilitators of healing … they create the space for healing to happen”

Andrew Lor, math teacher from Minnesota shares how
Thriving Teacher Project has helped him slow down
1:45
 
Gabby Ruocco, educator and community developer from Chile
reflects on the 2021 Thriving Teacher Summit
1:36
 

"Heartfulness and vulnerability in education leads to healing”

 

The music featured in the audio garden was produced by Dike Godstime.