What to Know About Trauma-Informed Care Culture in Your Classroom and School


The topic of trauma-informed classrooms is important for all of us teachers. Sometimes, we know that children experienced trauma. Most likely, we do not know about many cases, however. So, what can we do? Read http://leejohnson.net/values-trauma-informed-care-classroom-school/?fbclid=IwAR0RQ4v1stGYb8ZL8fKB4ghuC1DCHfLFdcruQjsVzqIqKodrp4XtfMMbTBU


Trauma suffered in childhood echoes across generations, study finds


Read more about the long-lasting effects of trauma to human brains at https://abcnews.go.com/Health/trauma-suffered-childhood-echoes-generations-study-finds/story?id=56426090

How Trauma Affects Kids in School


A good reminder for all educators at https://childmind.org/article/how-trauma-affects-kids-school/?fbclid=IwAR25COfIrPI0T9TziCvij3rJwjRzWKNiyTQ9j8sDHkixgTxHrF6tQYcVRG4#.W8-rwhHrCAM.facebook


In brief, the obstacles to learning experienced by these children include:

  • Trouble forming relationships with teachers
  • Poor self-regulation
  • Negative thinking
  • Hypervigilance
  • Executive function challenges

Strategies for Easing ESL Transition Shock


Create a culturally emotionally responsive school environment. More at https://www.edutopia.org/article/strategies-easing-transition-shock

The Future of Healing: Shifting From Trauma-Informed Care to Healing Centered Engagement


Read up on a different way to address trauma in schools and what the limitations are at https://medium.com/@ginwright/the-future-of-healing-shifting-from-trauma-informed-care-to-healing-centered-engagement-634f557ce69c

Teacher Self Care: Teaching Students With Trauma


How do teachers protect their well being when caring deeply for students who share terrible stories? And why is teacher self-care important? Read more about these topics at https://www.edutopia.org/article/student-trauma-its-ok-set-boundaries?utm_source=Edutopia+Newsletter&utm_campaign=e2282dc213-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_051618_enews_withstudenttrauma&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f72e8cc8c4-e2282dc213-79039791

Dealing With English Students in Emotional Turmoil


Have you ever engaged in “holding space”? What is it and what can it do? Read What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone at https://upliftconnect.com/hold-space/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=uplift

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