Trauma impacts a person’s ability to learn. It changes brain development and often results in students living in their fear brain, which turns off their thinking brain and impairs the ability to hear, learn and understand. And if that wasn’t hard enough, trauma can also make it more difficult for students to trust authority or build healthy relationships in or out of the classroom. This course helps you more thoroughly understand how overwhelming behaviors and emotions may be tied to past traumas and gives you classroom strategies to better connect with and care for students who come from a history of trauma or chronic stress so that they have the greatest chance at succeeding in the school environment.
This bundle includes:
Video Training: 10 easy-to-navigate video-based sessions that share the essential skills of Trauma-informed care
Self-Reflection Questions: The Companion Guide has self-reflection questions to dig deeper into developing personalized strategies you can use in your class or school
Group Discussion Questions: The Companion Guide is built to help small groups work through the materials together without needing a trauma pro or group leader. Click here to view our Host Guide for some tips on how to easily start a group.