FALL 2020 TRAUMA INFORMED TEACHING SESSIONS

November 4, 2020 - December 16, 2020

Special Education

Do you have students that have been impacted by trauma? Do you practice self-care? What trauma informed practices can you implement? We can help you! Registration is now open for the Fall 2020 Trauma Informed Teaching Sessions. Act 48 credit will be provided for each session. The choice is yours! Make plans to attend 1, 2, 3, or all 4 sessions! Registration information is provided below. After registration is complete, a ZOOM link will be shared with you.

Session 1: Self-Care

Session 2: Trauma Informed Practices

Session 3: Trauma 101: Trauma and the Brain

Session 4: Trauma Model Informed Approach Plan

THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT.

Participants will receive 1 Act 48 hour per session.

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Registration is open until 11/4/2020

Available Credit or Activity Hours

Act 48 Activity Hours
1.0 Hour
Student Social and Health Issues Educational Specialist
Free

Sessions

Wednesday, November 4
3 - 4pm
Trauma Informed Teaching: All about Self-Care

Session 1 of Trauma Informed Teaching Practices is all about Self-Care! Throughout this session stress will be defined, stressors will be identified, and your self-care plan will be developed. Join us for an hour of all things self-care!

TRAUMA INFORMED TEACHING PRACTICES

WHEN

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4TH, 3-4PM

WHERE

THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT.

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Wednesday, November 18
3 - 4pm
Trauma Informed Practices

Trauma Informed Practices will feature the importance of adults staying regulated and understanding state dependent functioning. This session will also highlight classroom management practices.

TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICES

WHEN

WEDNESDAY, 
Nov 18, 3-4PM

WHERE

THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT.

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Wednesday, December 9
3 - 4pm
Trauma 101: Trauma and the Brain

Session 2 of Trauma Informed Teaching Practices features Trauma and the Brain. During this session you will discuss how the core strengths are impacted by trauma, learn how a child's brain is impacted by trauma, and discuss the impact of trauma on a child's learning. You will leave this session with information that will inform your teaching practices.

TRAUMA 101: TRAUMA AND THE BRAIN

WHEN

WEDNESDAY, Dec 9th, 3-4PM

WHERE

THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT.

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Wednesday, December 16
3 - 4pm
Model Trauma-Informed Approach Plan

The Model Trauma-Informed Approach Plan is a framework developed and published by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD). The model plan is an excellent place to start thinking about how your district can embed trauma-informed practices in to the fabric and culture of your building or district. This session will assist your building or district in applying the model trauma-informed approach plan to your specific structures and teams.

You can access the model plan here: PCCD Model Trauma-Informed Approach Plan
 

This session is designed for administrators, leadership teams, teachers, or any advocate of trauma informed practices.

MODEL TRAUMA-INFORMED APPROACH PLAN

WHEN

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16TH, 3-4PM

WHERE

THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT.

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