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  • Writer's pictureKyna Elliott

Trauma Informed Instruction Workshop

Learning communities play an integral part of the development and well-being of a young person. For individuals who have experienced trauma, reintegrating and flourishing in a learning environment can be challenging. Trauma-informed teaching allows teachers to acknowledge the complex ways which trauma impacts vulnerable populations such as migrants, refugees, and marginalized learners' lives and provides strategies that empower learning in a way that does not re-traumatize or trigger individuals. Through the lens of trauma model theory, trauma theory, research studies, and empirical evidence, the goal of the workshop I am presenting in Marrakech, Morocco is to answer how learning communities can utilize restorative reintegration strategies and trauma informed teaching to mitigate symptoms of trauma.

Trauma Informed Instruction Workshop

33rd International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement

International Conference for

School Effectiveness and Improvement

Jan 6 - 10th

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