The Day Trauma Came to Class

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Dr. Ivy Bonk
Dr. Ivy Bonk

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The Day Trauma Came to Class is the course created specifically for educators. There are three modules consisting of 13 segments. With each segment there are additional resources, questions to assess knowledge, as well as additional activities for extended learning for yourself or with your professional learning community. The video segments are quick TedTalk size ranging 15-25 minutes.

Module 1 - When the High Need is Your High Call

  • Segment 1 – Poverty, Trauma, and Your Professional Teaching Standards
    LO: Describe how a knowledge of poverty and trauma can equip participants to successfully
    meet professional teaching standards and why that is important
  • Segment 2 – Living the Golden Rule in Your Classroom
    LO: Demonstrate understanding of SAFETM strategy and how to apply it in their classroom
  • Segment 3 – Attachment and Resilience: The Yin and Yang of Trauma
    LO: Identify the different types of attachment and associated traits

Module 2 – The Traumatized Brain at School

  • Segment 1 – What Does It Look Like in Your Classroom
    LO: Describe the construct of dysregulation, its cause, and its impact on learning
  • Segment 2 – One Size Does Not Fit All
    LO: Describe the variables impacting trauma
  • Segment 3 – It's All a Matter of Perspective
    LO: Describe the purpose of using models and frameworks for understanding and sharing complex topics
  • Segment 4 – One Things Leads to Another
    LO: Explain how symptoms of trauma can mimic learning disabilities
  • Segment 5 – The Lost Child Theory
    LO: Describe The Lost Child Theory and its impact on children of trauma.

Module 3 – The Educator’s Bankshot

  • Segment 1 – Start with the End in Mind
    LO: Describe The Educator’s BankshotTM as well as explain why it is important
  • Segment 2 – The Affective and Behavioral Impact of Trauma
    LO: Describe the research regarding the impact of trauma
    on the affective and behavioral processes
  • Segment 3 – The Educator’s Response to the Affective and Behavioral
    LO: Identify strategies for responding to the affective and behavioral impact of trauma
  • Segment 4 – The Cognitive Impact of Trauma
    LO: Describe the research regarding the impact of trauma on cognitive processes
  • Segment 5 – The Educator’s Response to the Cognitive
    LO: Identify strategies for responding to the cognitive impact of trauma

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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