Understanding the Impact of Trauma in the Classroom (K-6)
28 places available
Start: Tuesday 21 January 2020 - 9.00am
Finish: Tuesday 21 January 2020 - 3.00pm
Location: SSTUWA building, 1 West Street, West Perth WA 6005 (off Thomas Street)
About the course
Students (and adults) impacted by trauma may show behaviours that are challenging to manage in a school setting. These students may also experience difficulty in learning - academically, socially and emotionally.
Being trauma-informed allows teachers to build relationships that create "brain healthy classrooms" based on empathy and understanding. These workshops explain the neuro-biological impact of trauma and neglect so are essential for all educators.
Many of the strategies that are recommended for students impacted by trauma are also extremely effective for those students experiencing anxiety. The prevalence of anxiety is increasing and teachers need to understand the origin and simple ways they can create safe and predictable classroom environments.
You will receive an email to the address you provided, on Monday 6 January 2020. The email will confirm if the event is going ahead as scheduled.
Participants will leave with an understanding of:
- Types of trauma.
- The impact of trauma on the brain and learning.
- Types of anxiety.
- The neurobiolical causes of anxiety.
- Classroom strategies that can be used to create safe and predictable classooms for students impacted by trauma or/and anxiety.
$ 100 : Members: Part Time/Relief/Student
$ 200 : Members: Full Time
$ 320 : Non-Members
Morning tea and lunch provided.
We are able to supply a vegetarian or gluten free option. Please advise prior to the event. firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Childhood Teachers
Professional Standards for Teachers in Western Australia
This training relates to the following standards :
Standard 3 – Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
Standard 4 – Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
Standard 7 – Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community