Episode #54: Maslow Before Bloom: A Conversation with Dr. Bryan Pearlman
This is episode #54 of "Classroom Matters" by Educate.Today. We are a program dedicated to speaking with some of the most outstanding educators in the nation, covering different topics in the world of teaching and learning.On today’s episode I will be sitting down with Dr. Bryan Pearlman as we dive into the topic of how to meet a student’s human needs before academic needs. Dr. Bryan Pearlman is a veteran educator/school administrator, a mental health therapist, PD leader, keynote speaker, and adjunct professor. He is the author of two books: Maslow Before Bloom: Basic Human Needs Before Academics released in May 2020 & Whatever It Takes For All Students To Succeed In School and Life, released in January 2019. Dr. Pearlman is also the co-founder and board member of the mental health non-profit DSMHW.org.During this conversation we will be discussing the challenges that educators might face with this approach in a remote learning setting and strategies that can truly make a difference in struggling students. Classroom Matters Host - Kristy HoulePodcast Producers - Jessica Pierce and Kristy HoulePodcast Audio Editing - Jessica PierceEducate.Today Executive Director - Tim Gore
Understanding the Impact of Maslow Before Bloom with Dr. Bryan Pearlman
Dr. Bryan Pearlman, author of the book, Whatever It Takes for All Students to Succeed in School and Life, shares wisdom on what preparations we can make now to support faculty and students with increasing mental health concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Pearlman is a former administrator (and self-admitted teacher at heart), therapist, and co-founder of the non-profit Distinguished School of Mental Health and Wellness program. He runs a Facebook group called Maslow Before Bloom where like-minded people can discuss the connections between mental health, trauma, and education.
Interview: Mental Health & Wellness, Part 1 with Dr. Bryan Pearlman
In this interview, Dr. Bryan Pearlman and Matt discuss how to create a school culture that supports mental health and wellness. Topics include:- Helping students deal with trauma and self-harm.- Helping teachers with stress and anxiety.- Setting the health of a school on the right path.- Self-care for teachers.- Finding balance and avoiding burnout.Get the show notes at https://mafost.com/mashupGet in touch with Dr. Pearlman at his non-profit http://DSMHW.org or at his consulting company http://MostValuablePD.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mafost/message