Understanding And Supporting Students Coping With Trauma

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Course Overview

    • Goals And Objectives

    • DECE Trauma Informed Care 101 Part 2: How Does Trauma Impact Students and What is the Role of Educators?

    • Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) Credits

    • Your Role In The School/Center

  • 2

    Lesson 1: Why paying attention to trauma among our students matters so much

    • We Know That Our Schools Provide More Than Learning

    • 1.1a: "If everything is trauma, then nothing is trauma."

    • 1.1a Check My Understanding

    • 1.1b Self-Reflection

    • 1.1c: A Silent Epidemic

    • 1.1c Check My Understanding

    • 1.2a: Some Children Have A Higher Prevalence Of Exposure To Adverse And Traumatic Life Events

    • 1.2a Check My Understanding

    • 1.2b: How Educators Can be Impacted By Students' Traumas

    • 1.2c: Further Reading On Prevalence Of Exposure To Adverse And Traumatic Life Events

    • 1.2c Check My Understanding

    • 1.3a: Attending To Trauma Among Our Students Advances Educational Equity

    • 1.3b: Collective Reflection

    • 1.4b: Challenging Behaviors Began As Functional Behaviors

    • 1.4a: All Behavior Is Communication: Are You Open to Hearing What Your Students Are Saying?

    • 1.4c: Self-Reflection

    • 1.4d: Coping Responses

    • 1.4e: The Heart Of Learning & ...

    • 1.4f: Self-Reflection

    • 1.4g: Adaptive And Maladaptive Coping

    • 1.4h: Collective Reflection

    • 1.5a: Attending To Trauma Will Improve The Outcomes For Which You Are Held Accountable

    • 1.5b: Self-Reflection

    • 1.5c: Falls Hamilton Elementary (Edutopia)

    • Closing Collective Reflection

  • 3

    Lesson 2: Why educators matter so much to the life outcomes of students coping with trauma

    • 2.1a: Trauma Responsive Educational Practices Requires Your Head, Your Heart, And Your Hands

    • 2.1a: Check My Understanding

    • 2.1b: Self-Reflection On Motivations To Do This Work

    • 2.1c: Bringing Trauma to School

    • 2.1d: The Educational Experience of Three Youths

    • 2.1d: Check My Understanding

    • 2.2a: The Educator-Student Relationship Is A Developmental Relationship

    • 2.2a: Check My Understanding

    • 2.2b: The Developmental Relationships Framework

    • 2.2c: Developmental Relationships From The Perspective Of Children And Youth

    • 2.2c: Check My Understanding

    • 2.2c: Self-Reflection

    • 2.2d: Every Kid Needs A Champion

    • 2.3a: Not Asking Educators To Become Counselors, we are asking...

    • 2.3a: Check My Understanding

    • 2.4a: Educators Have The Opportunity To Utilize Their Pedagogical Skills Toward Advancing An Instructional Approach To Behavior Management

    • 2.4a: Check My Understanding

    • 2.4b: Pendulum Swings Of Education Reform

    • 2.4b: Check My Understanding

    • 2.4c: Educator Response To Academic vs. Behavioral Errors

    • 2.4c: Check My Understanding

    • 2.4d: Self-Reflection On Students In Your Class

  • 4

    A Moment For Nature's Mindfulness

    • TREP Mindfulness In Nature

  • 5

    Planning For Self- And Collective-Care

    • 4.9c: Attending To Your Well-Being

    • 4.9c: Check My Understanding

    • Self-Care Alternate Ideas While Social Distancing

    • 4.9d: Attending To Collective Well-Being

    • 4.9d Check My Understanding

    • 4.9d: Self-Reflection

  • 6

    Brief Feedback Survey

    • End Of Course Survey

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