How to Create Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms and Schools
Expand your knowledge of childhood trauma and its impact on academic learning and school climate by looking at the CDC-Kaiser Permanente Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study. Behavior specialist and health educator Dr. Linda Brown Bartlett unpacks the ACE Study and the impact it has on student success. The webinar recording includes the neuroscience behind the ACE Study, ways to identify students dealing with trauma, tips to shift the paradigm in your classroom/school, and resources to move your school into a trauma-sensitive environment.
Dr. Linda Brown-Bartlett is the Behavior Specialist & Health Educator at Yorkship Family School, in Camden, NJ. She has served for 7 years as the Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying Specialist [HIB]. She holds a B.S. in Health & Physical Education, an M.Ed. in Instruction, Teaching & Learning, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Rowan University. Among her accomplishments is development and implementation of The Calming Room—assisting students dealing with trauma and toxic stress. Dr. Brown-Bartlett is co-founder of Rowan University’s professional chapter of Kappa Delta Pi and serves as an adjunct professor in Cabrini University’s Graduate School of Education.
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