• Trauma Informed Practices in Schools

  • Students may experience trauma at any grade-level, living in any community, and in any socio-economic status. Trauma manifests in a variety of ways depending upon the age and developmental level of the student, but can adversely impact student learning and social engagement, which can have an ongoing impact to the student and larger school community. The integration of trauma-informed practices enables schools to create safe and supportive environments for all students, teachers, and administrators, as well as build strong support for families.
    Participants will be able to:

    • Define trauma and the impact on a student’s social-emotional functioning, learning, and development
    • Transform school culture through use of trauma-informed practices
    • Align with existing school-wide programs
    • Determine which targeted interventions to explore
    • Understand the importance of ongoing training and self-care for educators, service providers, and families
    • Obtain resources for next steps and future planning
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  • Regional Professional Learning
  • Sacramento Area
  • Topic:
  • Mental Health
  • LCAP Priority Areas:
  • Student Achievement,School Climate,Parent Involvement,Basic Access
  • Start Time:
  • 08:30:00 AM
  • End Time:
  • 03:30:00 PM
  • 2018.03.07

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Trauma Informed Practices in Schools

2018.03.07

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Students may experience trauma at any grade-level, living in any community, and in any socio-economic status. Trauma manifests in a variety of ways depending upon the age and developmental level of the student, but can adversely impact student learning and social engagement, which can have an ongoing impact to the student and larger school community. The integration of trauma-informed practices enables schools to create safe and supportive environments for all students, teachers, and administrators, as well as build strong support for families.
Participants will be able to:

  • Define trauma and the impact on a student’s social-emotional functioning, learning, and development
  • Transform school culture through use of trauma-informed practices
  • Align with existing school-wide programs
  • Determine which targeted interventions to explore
  • Understand the importance of ongoing training and self-care for educators, service providers, and families
  • Obtain resources for next steps and future planning