Webinar Series: Teaching and Leading with Trauma-Informed Care

 Supporting Educator and Student Well-Being

Educators now more than ever need trauma-informed care to meet the challenges of today’s educational environments. The Center on Great Teachers and Leaders collaborated with national partners and leading educators to produce webinar series focused on the developing the use of evidence-based trauma-informed practices. Included in this work are three webinars that highlight strategies specific to fostering resilience and well-being for educators, for educators as they work with their students, and for school leaders as they work to build trust and well-being in their school communities.

Each webinar includes resources and handouts (below) that support educators in building knowledge and skill in trauma-informed practices. The Educator Stress Spectrum was created to support teacher teams in gaining greater awareness of individual and collective context and stressors. While the Self-Assessment and Planning Tools were designed to support educators with concrete strategies for building resilience and well-being as individuals, in the classroom, and in school communities. Note: Language in these tools may be dated, yet the content remains evergreen and relevant to meeting today’s needs of students, teachers and school leaders. 

What About You?
Strategies for Supporting Educator Resilience and Trauma-Informed Self-Care

Co-sponsored by NEA and NBPTS

 

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What About Your Students?
Supporting Student Well-Being and Resilience with Trauma-Informed Care

Co-sponsored by NEA and NBPTS

 

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What About Your School?
Building Trust and Well-Being through Trauma-Informed Communities

 

 

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