Struggling to keep your most challenging students in the classroom?

Research suggests that trauma informed approaches can lead to improved academic outcomes, reduced disciplinary incidents, and enhanced social and emotional development.

A trauma-informed approach supports personalized learning plans that accommodate diverse needs.

Educators can contribute to the mental health and overall well-being of their students leading to improved academic performance and a more positive school experience.

Trauma informed learning aims to empower students by acknowledging their strengths, promoting self-efficacy, and helping them build resilience in the face of adversity.

Trauma Informed Classroom Checklist
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What is Trauma?

Attendees will learn the definition of trauma and how it affects the learning and behavior of their students.

What is Trauma-Informed Teaching?

Attendees will learn what trauma informed teaching involves and how to implement it in their classrooms.

What are the Benefits to students with EBD?

Attendees will learn how trauma-informed teaching can benefit students with emotional and behavioral disorders..

What do safe and supportive learning spaces look like?

Attendees will learn the benefits and how tos of creating safe and supportive learning spaces for students with EBD.

Trauma Informed Classroom Checklist

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Trauma informed teaching is essential for creating a nurturing and effective learning environment for all students, recognizing and respecting the experiences and needs of those who have faced trauma. It helps to promote not only academic success but also emotional well-being and personal growth.