Trauma-Informed Teaching Series – Spring cohort

Posted by PHENND on December 13, 2022

In Spring 2023, PHENND will again offer a three-part series for educators in the Philadelphia region, to collectively learn about trauma, how it manifests itself in classroom settings, and how to change teaching practice to incorporate this knowledge. Participants will learn from a combination of guided facilitation, small reading assignments, and their own reflections on their teaching practice (as well as the shared reflections of others).

For this series, we hope to engage K-12 educators who are new to trauma-informed approaches. That said, if you teach in higher education or community-based settings, you are also welcome to participate.

During February/March, we plan to run one cohort of 15-20 participants.  Depending on demand, we may schedule additional cohorts later in the year. Participants should expect each of the three sessions to take 2 hours with brief amounts of homework/reading in between sessions.

The upcoming cohort will meet on the following dates at 3:30-5:30 PM. Please mark your calendars!

–          Thursday, February 16th (Kick-Off)

–          Thursday, February 23rd (Session #1)

–          Thursday, March 9th (Session #2)

–          Thursday, March 23rd (Session #3)

Cost to participate in the series is $250 (total).  A small number of scholarships are available.  We also encourage teams of educators from the same institution/school/organization to participate and can negotiate group rates. If you would like a scholarship or to negotiate a group rate, please select “Pay by Invoice” so you do not have to enter credit card info at this time.

Enrollment will end Friday, February 3rd. The course will only run if at least 15 people register. We will confirm that the course is or is not running by Friday, February 10th. If the course does not run, you will get a full refund.

Register here

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