Teachers’ Guide to Trauma: 20 Things Kids with Trauma Wish Their Teachers Knew

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Teachers' Guide to Trauma: 20 Things Kids with Trauma Wish Their Teachers Knew

“Teachers’ Guide to Trauma is full of insights and each insight is flawlessly aligned with good teaching practices.  There’s a tenderness to the book which makes you keep returning to its pages-not unlike the tenderness a teacher feels each time she helps a student succeed.”-  Susan E. Craig, Ph.D. Author of Reaching and Teaching Children Who Hurt, Trauma Sensitive Schools:  Learning Communties Transforming Children’s Lives, and Trauma-Sensitive Schools for the Adolescent Years:  Promoting Resiliency and Healing, Grades 6-12.



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