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Becoming a Trauma Informed Teacher

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Overview

Trauma can have very significant and lasting effects on children. When our students have experienced a traumatic event, such as a loved one's death, violence, abuse, neglect, natural disaster, serious illness, or other distressful event, it can have a profound effect on their emotional and mental health, along with their behaviors. As teachers, it is important to learn how to recognize signs of trauma, the causes of trauma, how to discuss trauma and ways you can help create an accepting place for your students to succeed.

Details

Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Classroom Management, Counseling

Contents

  • Becoming a Trauma Informed Teacher
How to Discuss Tragedy with K-6 Students
From destructive natural disasters to senseless school shootings, the need to help students understand, make sense of, and deal with tragedy is becoming increasingly common.more...
How to Discuss Tragedy with Middle and High School Students
Whether confronted with the untimely death of a classmate, senseless school shootings, or destructive natural disasters, secondary students often need help understanding, making sense of, and dealing with tragedy.more...
Childhood Suicide: Signs, Effects, and Links to Trauma
Traumatic events are very difficult to deal with, even for adults.more...
Be a Trauma Informed Teacher: Strategies to Help All Students Succeed
Have you ever considered what might be behind the misbehavior, anger, or poor performance of some of your students?more...
5 Ways To Support A Child With A Trauma History
Children who are struggling with a traumatic event have a very hard time adjusting to school and managing all that school requires of them.more...
10 Facts You Should Know About Childhood Trauma
Childhood trauma is a rare topic in today's society but it has gained momentum in the field of psychotherapy and psychiatry over the past few years.more...

Reviews (7)

Full Member
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This is so vital right now for a many reasons.....I am curious though, would Tamara Hill think a behavior or crisis plan should be in place as part of the IEP development for kid sizes in sped? For non-sped, I could see having these plans in place as part of RTI or something else? Thank you for giving me great insight.
Basic Member
 
Many children are very seriously affected by injuries, especially those associated with violence at school, in front of other children. Many people whom I know and who were the victims of such violence have not recovered from this until now, and some still live in fear and ruining their lives. I would advise you to read about it https://studydriver.com/school-violence-essay/. Here are collected interesting thoughts and essays on this topic from the authors.
Basic Member
 
Thanks for this info
Full Member
 
These are great videos for what I think we will all face when returning to the classroom.
 
What a heavy responsibility we take on when we want to teach children who have such trauma.
 
good information for a very disturbing reality
Full Member
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I didn't like the "coming soon" surprise. I would have preferred it be complete!!!
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