Free Webinar! Addressing ACEs in Schools: Trauma-Sensitive Strategies
Have you had a student who seems depressed and can’t focus on schoolwork? Have you wondered how you can help students who have experienced traumatic events, like domestic violence, a shooting, or the loss of a loved one?
Are you interested to learn how trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) affect school climates and students’ ability to learn? Do you want to know how trauma-sensitive strategies can help address all students’ social and emotional health needs?
Join Dr. Joyce Dorado, Co-founder and Director of UCSF HEARTS, Jane Stevens, Founder and Editor of the ACEs Too High Network, and Sarah Omojola, Statewide Education Advocate at Public Counsel, on January 22, 2013, 10:30am-12pm for the sixth, free webinar in the Let’s Fix School Discipline Webinar Series.
Addressing ACEs in Schools: Trauma-Sensitive Strategies will focus on how complex trauma in childhood affects student learning, student behavior and schools; how trauma-sensitive strategies can be used to improve school climate; and how trauma-sensitive schools are effectively addressing students’ social and emotional needs while decreasing disciplinary referrals, violent incidents, and chronic absences.
Join Joyce, Jane and Sarah for Addressing ACEs in Schools: Trauma-Sensitive Strategies!
WHAT: Free webinar focused on using trauma-sensitive strategies to fix school discipline, promote student success, and foster a healthier school climate for students and educators
WHEN: Wednesday, January 22, 10:30am-12pm (Pacific Time)
WHO:Parents, Teachers, Administrators, Students, Community Organizations and Advocates are all invited.
Room is limited, so reserve your seat today. Click here to sign up now!
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.