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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 5h
Rebecca is another one of my heroes:)
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Jane Stevens has always been an me of my most respected heroes❤️
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It’s so critical that we support the journey and those involved in this trauma responsive movement. Each person brings their own gifts and talents to the process
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Jim Sporleder 5h
Thank you for tossing out your stones to impact the lives of those you serve... powerful ripples can have powerful results
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Replying to @healWRITEnow
Thank you Cis, there were great questions tonight
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Jim Sporleder 5h
The alumni kids continue to transform me today... so blessed and grateful
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Thank you Robin, and thank you for your ongoing advocacy for our kids.
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Cis, you have such a gift to articulate through your amazing ability to write❤️
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Thank you Jay, I appreciate each one of you with a grateful heart who have put these trauma responsive practices into your daily approach for building positive relationships
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Jim Sporleder Nov 18
Excellent point!!
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Jim Sporleder Nov 18
I believe your data and your staff’s personal mind shift around trauma... will be the focus and guiding light to align your conversations and approach as to how best to serve your students needs. It’s best practice for all kids... and becomes our culture.
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Jeff Herzberg Nov 17
Great job GLR & Supt Eyerly "It's not what we think as the adults, it's what the students feel. Do they feel like it's a kind & humane environment?" he said. He urged school leaders to be persistent & compassionate.
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Jim Sporleder Nov 17
Kyle, I meant internally first:)
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Jim Sporleder Nov 17
Powerful ❤️
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Jim Sporleder Nov 17
Kyle I am thankful for reaching out to others to get feedback on trauma informed practices. I would share that the mindset happens externally first, and then aligns with the tools and strategies to serve our students. It’s who we are as a person versus what we do. Blessings J
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Jim Sporleder Nov 17
Jennifer, I’ve seen Paper Tigers over 50 times and I still can become overwhelmed with emotion and gratitude...the Lincoln kids transformed my life then, and the alumni are still transforming me today.
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Jim Sporleder Nov 17
Craig, you and your team are a beacon for others to learn from and to bring hope and healing to their staff and students. Thanks for your leadership!!
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Dr. Craig A. Correll Nov 17
From what we’ve heard - overall they like it but it really is coming down to some just don’t feel comfortable teaching SEL, same with second step. Per The key now is finding a way for them to feel more comfortable with SEL.
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Kris Demers Nov 16
If you provide for at risk mother's high quality, safe, nurturing experiences for the first 2 months of a child's life, you'll help the early brain systems organize stress responses in a productive way, building a resilient child.
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Jim Sporleder Nov 17
Thank you Keegan, I’m grateful and humbled by the opportunity and have provided me the amazing experience of supporting the Trauma Informed Movement. Wishing hope and healing to all those that we serve. Blessings...
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