Strategies Schools Can Use To Become More Trauma-Informed
Posted by KQED on October 15, 2019
Many teachers are working to modify their classrooms and schools to offer a more supportive environment for students who have experienced trauma in their lives. They’re taking heed of research showing that adverse childhood experiences like poverty, neglect and exposure to violence affect children’s brains and may have a negative impact on learning and behavior.
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