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Coronavirus Days--Week 17

Distractions work. They keep me from constantly refreshing screens, drinking in too much news--a toxic habit some days. But, when I have somewhere to turn my mind, my being, for a time, much of that ceases. Sure, I always find time to check the latest data on the positivity rates (Colorado continues to climb, which is not a good thing), r nought values (Colorado is also not where it should be). Data. It helps steady me in reality, understand exactly what is happening and being measured scientifically. It is our situation. I prefer to know even if it freaks me out.
Fortunately, though, I don't reside in data constantly. This past week, especially, I directed much of my brain and heart elsewhere, thinking about students, inclusion, my approaches. For a week, I've been a student, taking a fantastic and energizing course called "The Humanity of Inclusive Practices." It's helped me shift from a dread of the upcoming fall semester to a sense of excitement to try some ne…

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