ASCD Virtual Symposium: Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools – Oct 28
Trauma-sensitive practices are vital for educators—but there’s so much to learn and so little time. No matter where you are in your study of these practices, you don’t have to do it alone. Join us virtually on October 28 to hear from experts like Pete Hall, Lourdes Alvarez-Ortiz, and Kelisa Wing.
Learn how to create a culture of safety, serve students in uncertain times, and truly see and hear marginalized students.
This half-day virtual symposium is specifically designed to address the deep societal challenges school leaders, educators, and students are facing this school year. You will learn in detail about the effects of trauma on student learning and well-being, and you’ll gain actionable insights into cultivating trauma-responsive approaches and environments in your classrooms and schools (including in distance-learning settings), while avoiding the pitfalls of cookie-cutter approaches. Attend this symposium and become a more well-rounded, informed, and resilient educator.
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