Meeting your students’ social and emotional needs in the classroom is foundational to effective learning. It’s a difficult job among typical learners, let alone with students who have a trauma history and more demanding mental health or behavioral challenges.
Mental health expert Jennifer Bashant details how using a trauma-informed approach will greatly reduce, even eliminate, challenging behavior in your classroom. Using her practical, easy-to-use strategies based on the latest research, every educator can create a classroom where all students feel welcomed, supported, and ready to learn.
- Understand the impact of trauma on learning and behavior
- Tools to connect with all students, and foster intrinsic motivation
- Learn how to move away from points and stickers
- Strategies to build resilience and instill hope in your students
- 27 downloadable worksheets and exercises