Caring Educators are Key
According to RecognizeTrauma.org, 26% of our learners have experienced a traumatic event before the age of 4. Students of all ages need our help to feel safe at school, regulate emotions, and see themselves as in charge of their own achievement. Trauma Informed Practice is about understanding how trauma affects how students learn, and designing our classrooms and our instruction to help children heal.
Register for Trauma Informed Practice and be part of powerful community of learners. You’ll get the latest research evidence on trauma informed practice and also receive guided practice in essential trauma informed strategies.
Then, after lunch, choose one of four powerful afternoon break-out sessions:
Sanford Harmony Social Emotional Learning—Explore and get access to a free PreK – 6th
Grade social emotional learning resource for trauma informed classrooms available in digital and print.
Mindfulness—Learn what mindfulness is all about, why mindfulness should be part of your trauma informed practice, and how to bring mindfulness to your classroom.
Trauma Informed Strategies in Middle and High School—Discover how to interpret learners behavior through the latest in brain-based research. Then, learn how to respond to unexpected behaviors in ways that honor the entire classroom and support students who have experienced trauma.
Reading Room—Enjoy uninterrupted time to browse the latest books and scholarly articles. Choose either independent reading and reflection, or participate in a guided reading club with your colleagues.
Click here to register! Registration is $45 per person until October 31st, 2018, and $55 per person from November 1st to November 17th, 2018.