At a Glance
Educators learn how to build trauma-sensitive schools.
- Educator Self-Care
- Restorative Practices
- Student Learning
- Trauma-Informed Practices
- Understand the characteristics of trauma-sensitive schools and how they support school culture
- Explore programs and practices to support participants create and advocate for trauma-sensitive schools.
Developed by: Last Updated: 07/16/2020
- Early Childhood
- Elementary School
- High School
- Middle School
Trauma-sensitive schools benefit not only students, but adults who may have experienced trauma in their own lives or secondary trauma through their work with students in difficult circumstances. Trauma-sensitive practices help students heal the wounds of their past experiences while preparing them for future challenges.
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