Susan Craig: Integrating Trauma Sensitive Best Practices in Your Classroom

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Susan Craig: Integrating Trauma Sensitive Best Practices in Your Classroom

Teachers are on the frontlines, frequently spending more time with a child each weekday than his parents do. Many of these children have experienced trauma, yet, teachers receive little instruction in how best to reach and teach traumatized children; children who behaviorally and academically presents some of the greatest challenges in the classroom. Whether a teacher, counselor, education specialist or parent, you will want to join ATN as we interview Susan Craig, author of Reaching and Teaching Children Who Hurt. Susan, an education specialist, sociologist and teacher trainer will lead us through the such topics as 1) Can’t versus Won’t – how impaired development affects classroom behavior; 2) Managing the “Double Struggle” – working with our own issues as we try to work with the child’s; 3) Trauma-sensitive approaches to meeting the Common Core Standards.

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The digital MP3 recordings and PDF Transcripts of the 2017 Educating Traumatized Children Summit.

After purchase, you will be able to download these interviews individually via the receipt page and via an email that will be sent to you.  For best results, download all as soon as purchased.  You will have 3 downloads per interview.

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