Professional Development

Key Concepts in Trauma Informed Learning Environments ©

Sadly, many children are exposed to traumatic events, often with potentially serious psychological and developmental consequences.

Therefore, an understanding of trauma and its potential impact on children and their development is essential knowledge for all Teachers.

A ‘trauma-informed’ approach integrates an understanding about trauma into classroom activities. This course is designed to provide Proficient Teachers with an overview of the impact of trauma on the way children think, learn and behave.

Based on our popular one-day workshop, this on-line course will provide you with an overview of the theory of trauma, and help you to understand the implications for developing a trauma-informed learning environment.

Suitable for Proficient Level Teachers who teach students in Early Stage 1 to Stage 3.

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  • Course Duration: 1 Hour
  • Cost: $29.95 + GST

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