Being informed and taking action: How Trauma impacts our classrooms
Please join Radford University for a training opportunity being held on November 5th on how trauma impacts our classrooms.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS: 1) Before you register for the workshop, please set up your account by selecting "Register" located in the upper right-hand corner of the page. 2) Enter your name, address, phone number and a password. 3) Once your account is registered, you will be taken back to the workshop page. 4) Complete all fields on workshop page. 5) Once you have completed all fields, select "Add to Cart" 6) Select "Shopping Cart" at top right of page to go to cart. 6) Check box to agree to terms and select "Checkout" and then proceed to shopping cart to confirm address and enter payment information. 7) Be sure to "Confirm" order to fully register. You will see a confirmation page at the end and receive an email confirmation when you are registered for the event.
Employers - If registering multiple attendees, fill out all information for first attendee and add to the cart before entering next attendee.
Teachers know their students. We know when they are in crisis and dealing with trauma. Our dilemma is how to do/be our best when responding to our students as they struggle with that trauma while in our classroom? When we understand more specifically how our students are impacted by the trauma, we can respond in proactive, helpful, and valuable ways. The goal of this workshop is to provide teachers an overview of what constitutes trauma as well as the different elements related to students who experience trauma. Topics include: basic neuroscience, and how the brain is impacted by trauma; the implications to students; and developing and incorporating some neuro- informed principles. We will then take those frameworks and provide practical strategies and tools to support students who experience trauma. This workshop includes discussions, experientials and practical applications. Please join us for this fast paced, enlightening workshop which will have you leaving confident to take action to create your trauma informed classroom!
The training will be facilitated by: Wally Scott, PhD, LPC, LMFT, Assistant Professor for Counselor Education at Radford University and Ann Mary Roberts, PhD, Professor in the School of Teacher and Educational Leadership at Radford University.
- Early registration fee - $65 (Before October 31st)
**Registration fee includes training, training materials and lunch.**
Registration for this workshop closes at 11:59 pm on October 31st, 2021
November 5, 2021
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center
One Partnership Circle
Abingdon, VA 24212
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