Trauma Informed Teaching: Moving Students from Surviving to Thriving
This training explores the impact of ACE, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and poverty on the teaching and learning process and strategies for planning, instruction, classroom management and parent intervention to cope with those impacts.
* Increased understanding of the scope and impact of trauma on children.
* Increased understanding of the effects of poverty on childhood trauma.
* Ability to identify the CDC descriptors for ACE, Adverse Childhood Experiences.
* Development of a schema for the developing brain, especially as it is impacted by adverse childhood experiences.
* Creation of a toolbox of strategies to address the impact of ACE and poverty.
* Improvement in the development of a school culture of equity and social justice.
* Enhanced pupil performance as learning is more personalized and behavior is improved.
* More lively dialogue and communication between leadership team and faculty.
* Development of parent support and trust as leaders demonstrate greater understanding of the needs of all families.
* A more focused, flexible, and functional leadership team equipped to meet the needs of children and families.
About the presenter: Dr. Linda Karges-Bone is a nationally recognized speaker, author, and consultant on the topics of creativity, differentiated instruction, and brain-body connections. She is a tenured professor of education at Charleston Southern University and earned her Ed.D. at the University of South Carolina in Curriculum and Instruction. Dr. Bone is the author of over 30 books in the fields of curriculum and assessment, including her most recent: “Brain Tips” and “Rich Brain, Poor Brain”. She has delivered keynotes and workshops in 38 states through her consulting firm, Education InSite, and is the creator of the radio program “Prayerful Parenting”, one minute messages of inspiration and research for over 25 years.
Summer Institute 2019 – Region IV CSPD
Free professional development conference for educators in Dillon, MT on June 12-14, 2019.
Sessions will include options related to self-regulation, The Great 8, tech tools, assessment, poverty, neural plasticity, classroom management, and teacher stress management.