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- (Central Yup’ik)
- "Greetings, thank you for coming!"
Childhood Traumatic Grief
Childhood traumatic grief refers to a condition in which characteristic trauma-related symptoms interfere with children's ability to adequately mourn the loss of a loved one. If you know a student who is experiencing childhood traumatic grief, you can help by adopting trauma-engaged strategies to work with the student.
Trauma can have a profound effect on how students perform in school. Teachers who take a trauma-engaged approach are sensitive to the fact that some students have experienced significant trauma and can provide the supportive environment they need for success. This course walks you through strategies you can use in your classroom.
Students who have experienced trauma can react to stress in unpredictable ways because trauma can impede their ability to develop emotional intelligence. This course gives foundational information about emotional intelligence and walks you through strategies you can use with students.
Students and families should actively engage in school-wide planning and implementation efforts to address trauma. These efforts include the development of school-wide policy, protocol, and guidelines to create a trauma-informed school climate and to implement trauma-informed practices. Schools should embrace practices that incorporate peer and parent support and guidance.
To ensure the academic success of students who have experienced trauma, it is necessary for schools to address their health emotional well-being. This course provides a good foundational understanding of how non-academic mindfulness tools and techniques can help students focus in the classroom. You may also find these activities helpful and healing for yourself.
Self-regulation is the ability to manage emotions and behavior. Students who have experienced trauma may have trouble developing self-regulation skills. This course provides a foundation for understanding self-regulation and walks you through how to help students develop these skills.
This new eLearning course for educators provides health-enhancing information on how to manage compassion fatigue and secondary trauma by practicing self-care strategies. Topics covered are: What is self-care, how to avoid compassion fatigue and burnout, what are the four important factors of self-care, and what are core self-care strategies. Active self-care reduces teacher turnover and depression, anxiety, anger and fatigue among teachers. In taking care of ourselves and each other, we provide positive role modeling for students.