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  • Trauma-Informed Practices in Schools

  • Students may experience trauma at any grade-level, living in any community, and within 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 learnin

  • Bay Area - South
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  • Start Time:
  • 8:30:00 AM
  • End Time:
  • 3:30:00 PM
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  • 2019.04.10

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  • Examine the definition of trauma and the impact on a student's social-emotional functioning, learning, and development
  • Explore ways to transform school culture through the use of trauma-informed approaches to understanding and responding to student behavior
  • Review how Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), mindfulness, and restorative practices can be utilized to enhance existing school-wide approaches to supporting students who have experienced trauma
  • Discover the importance of ongoing training and self-care for educators, service providers, and families
  • Target
    Audience:
  • Special Education Administrators,Special Education Teachers,Special Education Related Service Providers,School Counselors,General Education Administrators,General Education Teachers,School Psychologists,Case Managers
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Trauma-Informed Practices in Schools

2019.04.10

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Students may experience trauma at any grade-level, living in any community, and within 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 learnin