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Melissa Williamson Aug 12
Either way we spend the time! Let's be trauma informed and fill their cups with positive affirmations!
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70/30 Campaign Aug 16
An agenda through which approaches and other means of tackling could (and should) play a large part. Glad to see Scotland are taking this on board
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Srta. Shah Aug 10
Thanks to Restoration Threads... Educators 👩🏽‍🏫 👨🏽‍🏫 take note 📝 Back to School Activities that can traumatize your students and what to do instead:
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Sarah Fremont 2m
Trauma is hard on anyone, but especially so on children as young as 1st grade. Please help this teacher help her students feel safe & loved as they learn & grow in her classroom.
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Alex Shevrin Venet Aug 16
I keep seeing this quote pop up, and....I have some questions. Read and let me know what you think:
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Michele Augsback Aug 17
Investigate the cause and invest in the need
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Renee Black Aug 15
Always give a student a ✏️
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teacher_cola 6h
It’s back to school, I want to find other ways to get to know my students. For ESL teachers, do we really need to know about their family or past?
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Mx. Searcy Aug 12
Does anyone have book/online learning resources for becoming more trauma-informed as an educator? I am reading "Fostering Resilient Learners" but I am looking for the next step!
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Kathleen Finlay Aug 17
1/2 A major study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) earlier this year shows that women who experienced sexual assault and sexual harassment were at significant risk of life-altering medical conditions.
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James Moffett 6h
Kicking off the week tomorrow in Fredonia, KS before I go wheels up to North Carolina, Missouri and Oklahoma. The tour is halfway over, but I'm still just as fired up about helping educators from around the country connect with kids in meaningful ways!
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MindShift 7h
Nine guidelines suggests use to make sure practice with youth is helping, not hurting
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Sandra Azevedo 4h
“Educators cannot say we are Trauma Informed and remain silent on the injust systems and conditions that cause trauma. We need to be truth tellers...”
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Chandler Wilson 2h
Good read for anyone who uses practices in their classroom 💗
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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 14h
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Brian Mavis 11h
Urgent! I need articles/studies about trauma care & the risks of inpatient/separation from nurturing parents.
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Jazz 14h
Another amazingly fascinating read by for anyone interested in developmental trauma and the potential impact on children
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WinningTheGameOfLife 11h
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Resilience Impact 16h
Want to know more about how your school could become more ? Come learn with Dr. Clay Cook (@clay_cookphd) and Dr. Brian Smith with about how schools can be a place of safety and healing.
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Mrs. T 10h
Love this from . Understanding this is key to education.
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