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Trauma-Sensitive Instruction: Creating a Safe and Predictable Classroom Environment Virtual Workshop

Virtual Event | October 6 & 13, 2022
$689.00
  • This event is a virtual workshop delivered via the Zoom meeting platform. Attendees will receive a link to participate two days prior to the event.
  • Please note: Registration will close two business days prior to the event start date.
 

Trauma-Sensitive Instruction: Creating a Safe and Predictable Classroom Environment Virtual Workshop

The impact of trauma on learning can be significant and long lasting. By implementing trauma-informed teaching practices, educators can cultivate a school and classroom environment that encourages positive learning experiences.

Learn how to foster trauma-informed schools and confidently and meaningfully support not just your trauma-impacted students, but all students. Drawing from the presenters’ experiences with trauma, mental health, and school culture, this two-day virtual workshop will provide insights and strategies for empowering students to build resilience, cope with adverse situations, and achieve at high levels.

Participants will:

  • Build an understanding of childhood trauma and the impact traumatic experiences have on learners
  • Develop a trauma-informed attitude and mindset
  • Examine classroom structures that support trauma-sensitive practices while also recognizing ones that may contribute to trauma
  • Gain effective classroom management techniques to support all students, including those experiencing trauma
  • Discover how to cultivate trusting and positive relationships with trauma-impacted students and their families
  • Establish a practical, research-affirmed implementation plan for building trauma-sensitive classrooms
  • Explore self-care techniques to keep the implementation focused and on track
  • Boost collaboration and develop a professional learning community that can sustain the growth needed to ensure trauma-sensitive practices

You will receive an extensive implementation guide and follow-up handbook to help you move forward in your trauma-sensitive journey.

Learn from leading experts

Agenda and speakers are subject to change.

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Thursday, October 6th

10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Presentation

12:30–1:00 p.m.

Break

1:00–4:30 p.m.

Presentation

Thursday, October 13th

10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Presentation

12:30–1:00 p.m.

Break

1:00–4:30 p.m.

Presentation

All times are eastern time zone.
There will be additional breaks within the presentation times given by the presenter.

Participation Information

You will receive a certificate of participation 6 weeks after the event concludes. Please check with your state department of education for CEU availability.

Each participant will need to bring some sort of video recording device (a computer with a camera, a smartphone with video capabilities) or download free software called Jing. These devices will be used to record video for a reflection piece that will be done on the first day.


Virtual Events Shipping

All paid orders received up to two weeks prior to event start date, and sent with complete attendee shipping information, will receive their supplies before the event. Orders placed after this two-week time frame will not receive materials before the start of the event. Substitutions made after shipments have been sent are the responsibility of the original attendee. Unforeseen issues with the shipping carriers, or due to weather, are outside of Solution Tree’s control and may cause delays in receipt of materials.


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Trauma-Sensitive Instruction

Trauma-Sensitive Instruction

Create safe classrooms where students are empowered to build resilience, cope with traumatic experiences, and achieve at high levels. Learn how to cultivate a trauma-informed classroom environment and utilize classroom management strategies to encourage positive learning experiences for trauma-impacted students.