Jim Sporleder: Paper Tigers and Beyond

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Jim Sporleder: Paper Tigers and Beyond

By now you’ve probably seen Paper Tigers and know of the incredible work that Jim  Sporleder did with the students at Lincoln High School. But do you know how Jim got  to Lincoln or why he took on the challenge? And what made him recognize that trauma  was what needed to be addressed? Join us as we talk to Jim about all these things, along  with what he’s up to now — how trauma-informing Lincoln High has led to his new  passion for helping others do the same, and how his love for his students has kept him  involved in many of their lives!

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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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