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A Trauma-Informed Approach To Accelerate Learning With Social-Emotional Learning

Mon., April 25, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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This session looks at driving learning acceleration through student programs focused on social-emotional learning and trauma-informed practices.

You will explore how to:

  • Use social-emotional learning to design learning environments full of protective factors to help students stay regulated and engaged in learning
  • Prioritize teacher-student relationships, school climate, and sense of belonging
  • Help students understand the power they have to control their emotions in order to cultivate a learning-focused mindset
  • Build capacity among trauma-informed educators with resources from Wisconsin’s Trauma Sensitive Schools Initiative

Every day, thousands of students bring their traumatic experiences with them to school. By making educators aware of students’ trauma and giving them tools and strategies to address it, barriers to learning can be reduced or removed–creating an environment for accelerated learning. Trauma-informed social-emotional learning practices—such as creating predictable routines and building supportive relationships—can help students build the skills they need to deal with toxic stress and overcome difficult life circumstances.

Speakers
Andrea Rittgers
Executive Director of Student Services, Racine USD (Wis.)
Lisa Lequia
Director of Student Services, Racine USD (Wis.)
Moderator
Panorama Education

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