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Jim Sporleder
National Trauma Informed School Trainer and KeynoteSpeaker. Co-author The Trauma Informed School A Step-by-Step Implementation
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Jim Sporleder Apr 19
Such a powerful statement and very doable...it’s a choice as to how we approach our children in our classroom or in our school. Priceless possibilities that are presented to all of us daily.
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Bruce D. Perry Apr 18
This is awesome. ‘I like to move it, move it.’
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Rebecca Lewis Apr 18
Details are pulled together! Students and parents are ready to share- presenters and Resilience Coaches getting ready! will be in the house! It’s family time :)
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Katie Perez Apr 17
I am consumed with worry for the children who don’t go home to a family that can respond with empathy and understanding. The ones that spend their days and nights swallowed by shame and the belief that they are unworthy of grace, praise, and love.
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James Moffett Apr 17
It's about to go down! Retweet this post and help me spread this powerful message across the country.
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SocialEmotionalLearning Apr 12
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Gina Yonts Apr 12
Hey all you awesome Assistant Principals!! Thank you for all you do to support students & staffulty in your buildings!! Hope your week has been amazing!! 🧡💚💙
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rick kelly Apr 12
The search for a “common language “ provides a social discourse as a foundation for individual narratives. We construct reality thru language! The more we share the more we build community and relationships. Words matter. Meaning matters.
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IIRP Apr 11
In this piece about restorative practices in Wisconsin schools, IIRP Instructor Lee Rush is quoted saying restorative practices helps provide a common language for all educators for working with students in a building.
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Jim Sporleder Apr 12
Karen, one of the best graphs I have seen explaining the impact of emotional safety.
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Jim Sporleder Apr 12
Replying to @CalmSafeClass
Lee, instead of judging the young man and making assumptions, you went directly to him to develop a relationship... such a great illustration for connecting with difficult students. You showed up to his football game and that started your relationship-simple but so powerful
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Jim Sporleder Apr 12
If you send me your email address, I’ll send you a document that I have developed for handling a Q&A after the screening of Paper Tigers if you think it would be helpful.
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Jim Sporleder Apr 11
Lincoln could not have predicted the immediate outcomes we experienced when we changed r approach to discipline & we truly understood the power of positive adult relationships. First, however, we learned about r own regulation/dysregulation before we were able to move forward
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Sarcher Apr 11
UK view- Ask this about the adults? Performance related pay/ judged/ target fixated/ pressured/ lower performance overall. OR Trad pay scales/ supported/ free to experiment/ well being/ consistent performance. What motivates us?
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Jim Sporleder Apr 11
Yes, I will share with Aron your kind words Jennifer. If I tell him he could have an invite to Scotland... he may quit his job😂. I shared with Keegan that it would be great if our paths crossed and we could support your journey and great work
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Jim Sporleder Apr 11
Aron was invited to a school district in Michigan for a week to share his story with elementary and high school students. I’m so proud of him!!
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Jim Sporleder Apr 11
Our intent when we moved towards a Trauma Responsive approach at Lincoln High School, was to bring hope and healing to r students, however, the outcome was seeing r own lives transformed from r relationships with r students... I am eternally grateful to all my students & staff
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Jim Sporleder Apr 11
Thank you Jennifer, I’m grateful that you found encouraging and doable. I appreciate your support and your advocacy to make a difference in the lives of those you serve. Blessings, Jim
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Robin Cogan Apr 11
Hi Jim, thanks for your message & I appreciate it! I agree with you about the lack of school nurse empowerment, but we are working on sharing this work far & wide. It is a culture shift & when school nurses understand the brain science, they embrace the new perspective.
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Jim Sporleder Apr 11
I excellent thinking... until we understand our own regulation and it’s impact on student dysregulation, we can’t get passed first base. I appreciate your commitment and passion
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