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Welcome to our video page. We are currently developing a collection of videos that deal with Video trauma sessuale aspects of trauma and learning and creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools.
Watch the video. Read the Research Snapshot here. There are a growing number of schools throughout Massachusetts and the United States engaged in the work of creating trauma-sensitive schools.
The Baker is one of several schools in Brockton that are becoming trauma-sensitive through a concerted, well supported district-wide effort. This video highlights the importance of leadership—superintendents, Video trauma sessuale superintendents-principals, and educators—in creating the understanding and infrastructure that can support the team work among staff needed for all children to be successful. Recent neurobiological, epigenetics, Video trauma sessuale psychological studies have shown that traumatic experiences in childhood can diminish concentration, memory, and the organizational and language abilities children need to succeed in school.
For some children, this can lead to problems with academic Video trauma sessuale, inappropriate behavior in the classroom, and difficulty forming relationships. Watch Impacts Part 1. Learn more about how traumatic experiences can impact learning, behavior and relationships at school here.
For many children who have experienced traumatic events, the school setting can feel like a battleground in which Video trauma sessuale assumptions of the world as a dangerous place sabotage their ability to remain calm and regulate their behavior in the classroom. Watch Impacts Part 2. Watch Impacts Part 3.
Children need to feel safe and connected to adults and peers everywhere in the school—in the classroom, the cafeteria, the hallway, the special activities, the bus—not just in one program or with one teacher.
No one teacher can do it Video trauma sessuale, and services, while very important, are most effective when they are coordinated Video trauma sessuale help students feel safe and supported throughout the school day.
This requires the teamwork of everyone in the school. It is important to remember that we will never know all the children who have been affected by traumatic events. The best approach is to create a school-wide environment where all children, including those who have been traumatized, can be successful.
Watch the Whole School video. Learn more about the a whole school approach and the importance of community here. How we become a trauma sensitive school is not about a list of things we have to do. What is our urgency as a school and how do we address that? What actions do we take? The key to creating a safe and supportive school community is identifying the urgencies that your school has Video trauma sessuale then taking small, but effective steps to address them, aligned with a set of norms Video trauma sessuale values that are articulated in we what we call the Attributes.
Developing an understanding of the prevalence of trauma is one key step in developing a new Video trauma sessuale The Trauma Lens- through which students can be seen, heard Video trauma sessuale understood.
Ristuccia, Ed. We share this video as a resource to help staff develop the understanding that trauma impacts large numbers of students and to Video trauma sessuale the impression that only a few are impacted. Learn more about the prevalence of trauma on our Video trauma sessuale here.
Sal Terrasi, Ph. Learn more about the Flexible Framework on our website here. Mary E. Watch the Dr. Curtis Video. Principal Powers, discusses Helping Traumatize Children Learn, Volume 1 The Purple Bookwhich identifies the issues of trauma as pertains to children learning at school. Volume 2: Creating and Advocating for Trauma-Sensitive Schools The Teal Book outlines the flexible framework, detailing the steps necessary for a school to become trauma sensitive and begin educating the whole child, which is important for academic achievements.
Read the full transcript of the video here. Watch the Ryan Powers Video. Terrasi Video. Colleen Labbe Video. Joe Ristuccia, Training Director for TLPI and Adjunct Professor at Lesley University was interviewed by the Attachment and Trauma Network about the impact of trauma on learning and the need for whole school trauma sensitive environments that are good for all students.
You can read a transcript of the interview here. Videos — Trauma-Sensitive Schools Welcome to our video page. Watch Impacts Part 1 Learn more about how traumatic experiences can impact learning, behavior and relationships at school here. Video: The Impacts of Trauma on Learning, Part 2 Part 2: Classroom Behavior For many children who have experienced traumatic events, the school setting can feel like a battleground in which their assumptions of the world as a dangerous place sabotage their ability to remain calm and regulate their behavior in the classroom.
Watch Video trauma sessuale Part 3 Whole School: The Importance of Community Children need to feel safe and connected to adults and peers everywhere in the school—in the classroom, the cafeteria, the hallway, the special activities, the bus—not just in one program or with one teacher.
Watch the Whole School video Learn more about the a whole school approach and the importance of community here How Do We Get There: Becoming A Trauma Sensitive School How we become a trauma sensitive school is not about a list of things we have to do.
Watch the video Learn more about the prevalence of trauma on our Video trauma sessuale here. Watch the Ryan Powers Video Dr. Use the audio player below to listen to the interview of Joel Ristuccia.