Strategies for Creating Trauma-Informed Schools/Classrooms
Workshop is designed for teachers and administrators.
This 90 minute session is based on the film Resilience about toxic stress and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and how students can survive trauma by learning to be resilient. Designed for classroom teachers/educators, this presentation is grounded in research on how to foster resilient learners by cultivating a trauma-sensitive learning environment in your classroom. Thoughtful, empathetic educators can be the catalyst for healing for our most vulnerable children. Discussion will focus on classroom strategies useful in building relationships with students to help them grow, thrive, and—most assuredly—be successful academically. Attendees will be provided resources to use in their schools and classrooms and share with their parents. #BeTheOne #OneCaringAdult
This is one of four 90-minute workshops based on the film Resilience about toxic stress and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and how students can survive trauma by learning to be resilient. These workshops are designed for those who have seen the film and want to take the next step by implementing trauma-informed strategies in their school, classroom, or home. Workshops are free & open to public. To find workshops, see our Facebook page – Events – or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our website for great resources on ACEs and Resilence School Programs www,publicschoolsfirstnc.org
If you want to schedule a screening for your church or synagogue, your civic group or PTA, please contact us to schedule (email@example.com).