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A two-day training package that builds participants fluency in defining trauma, describing how trauma may look in the classroom, discussing how trauma can effect student development and impact learning, and how to assess current school-wide and classroom systems with trauma informed lens.
National Child Traumatic Stress Network toolkit for educators, information about responding to school-wide crises, psychological first aid, bullying, and other resources. The NCTSN site has additional materials for educators in their products list. Search by audience and select "for educators". http://nctsn.org/products
The Trauma-Sensitive Schools Training Package offers school and district administrators and staff a framework and roadmap for adopting a trauma-sensitive approach school or districtwide.
Everyday Magic: 16 Ways Adults Can Support Children Exposed to Violence and Trauma Futures Without Violence
The Michigan Model for Health™ is a comprehensive, skills-based health education curriculum that shares your goal of helping young people live happier and healthier lives. The model addresses the major youth health risk behaviors at every grade level, with age-appropriate instructional activities.
The TRAILS program provides instruction to school professionals in evidence-based mental health care approaches, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT and then links community mental health providers with their local schools to provide follow-up coaching.