Strategies for Trauma-Informed Teaching and Learning
Workshop Description: Gain a deep understanding of trauma and its effects on learning, behavior, and emotional well-being in students. Learn how to cultivate a trauma-sensitive classroom environment, promoting emotional safety, trust, and positive relationships among students. Discover practical strategies and activities that help students regulate their emotions and develop coping skills in the face of trauma. Explore methods for fostering empathy, understanding, and a sense of belonging among students, enhancing social interactions and peer relationships.
Would you like to learn how to implement teaching methods that promote emotional regulation, empathy, and a sense of belonging among your students? A trauma-informed approach is critical for building trust, reducing stress, and creating a learning environment where students can thrive academically and emotionally. Join Michelle Dragalin for this hands-on, interactive workshop and discover strategies to help tailor your teaching to the unique needs of trauma-affected students, fostering resilience, healing, and academic growth. Get ready to embark on an empathetic journey that will make a profound and positive impact on your students' lives!
Special Technology Instructions:
Attendees will need access to an internet-enabled device and a personal Google account (not affiliated with their school). SimpleK12ís Google Classroom will be utilized for the interactive and hands-on components of this workshop.
Participants will have communication and collaboration and opportunities throughout the workshop to demonstrate their understanding of the workshop objectives and reflect on their learning.
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||Tuesday, November 7, 2023 @ 4:00 PM EST
||Classroom Management, Diversity & SEL, Learning Theories & Strategies
||Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Instructional Strategies, Mental Health, MTSS, Multi-tiered System of Supports, PBIS, Positive Behavioral Intervention Strategies, School Counseling, Social & Emotional Learning, Trauma