Planning Now for a Return to School: Building Student Resilience to Trauma - Shared screen with speaker view
Will these slides be shared with participants afterwards?
The audio seems to be fading in and out a little bit. Is that just me?
Not just you Beth
The sound is going in and out
No, you’re right. It was fading for a moment there…
Thre are a few people from our organization that have registration confirmation emails but are in the Zoom waiting room.
that we are not addressing the issue
49% did not have learning and behavior problems, in spite of multiple ACEs
49% of students with 4+ ACES do not have significant learning/behavior challenges
Schools are not always equip to handle childhood trauma.
Many of the children with special education needs will have experienced trauma
everyone needs to understand the impact of trauma
trauma has a direct impact on learning
That the higher the ACE score, the more likely the student will have learning and behavior problems. They will need additional supports.
Different children experience events differently
That we have students that need more than just Tier I support
This tells me that there is a large number of students who are experiencing trauma tht we need to focus on.
Some students who experience ACEs are able to successfully learn.
I am wondering the impact upon the other 49% and what problems they showed. (Indicated)
Trauma has a large impact on a students ability to learn and retain information
Trauma is only being experienced by certain students. Primarily students of color and those in Special Education.
That it is not always a learning or behavior issue at the root
This informs us that schools need PD and support for those students, starting with understanding.
We are often focused on outcomes but do not understand their causes.
there is a significant need to address trauma in schools
That the other 49% may have experienced some type of trauma, just not 4+
Many children will be coming back to school with 4+ ACES that wouldn't have before the pandemic.
Yes what is the impact for the other 49%
The higher the Ace score the more changes to have learning behavior problems
There are 49% of students with ACES scores between 1 and 3 who need support as well.
Trauma impacts different children in different ways.
Trauma has a direct impact on student outsomes
We are not meeting the needs of a large percentage of our students
About half of all school children have experienced some form of trauma.
We are meeting the needs of all students
Students respond differently to trauma
Our children who have experienced trauma need our help and understanding - and our staff needs training in how to help!
Trauma can effect students in different ways which we have to be able to help them through
trauma significantly impacts what happens in the classroom and if it isn’t addressed learning cannot take place as it will also spill over to students who do not have a high ACES score
protective factors have a huge impact
Wearing a mask outside
staying connected with students and families
the activities you participate in that bring you joy such as playing music, journaling
Ways spending time - exercise, family, fun activities
maintaining communication and relationships with others
get enough sleep
Regular exercise and getting outside
Fresh air and exercise
My attitude daily
Maria Garces McCarthy
making sure we are in zoom meeting on time
We have control over if we are physically active
Getting some form of exercise each day
Movement and spending time outside
time with my family
Sleeping at least 7-8 hours
getting enough sleep
socializing with others
Engaging in self-care
Spending time with family
finding joy in small things
The type of people you surround yourself with.
Staying calm in the mist of unknown
Self Care - Sleep, eating healthy
turning the news off
how we talk to students about everything that's going on
Self-Care is essential. Provide yourself a predictable paced schedule.
Regular walks or work out routines for self care
Connections with family and friends
Connecting with people
using coping strategies such as yoga/mindfulness
connection with family and friends
Move to stay healthy
getting a good sleep
Putting my phone down
Time with family
focus on positive things in current situation
Working on creating a positive environment - yoga, meditation, NO SOCIAL MEDIA
Reaching out to those who are alone through calls
Family and exercising
spending quality time with my kids
Creating and savoring positive experiences
understanding and being ok with alone time
Attitudes and responses to our current trauma
Taking time to reflect
hobbies that make me happy
quality conversations with my family
relationship building at home and with our school family
research to prepare for the future
what about the parents who cannot keep a daily schedule bc they have meetings different times of the day and Different shifts as homes with 2 essential workers
Amanda schools have to be sensitive to that and accommodate the family as needed. That should help with a little communication.
on the slide "tier 1:promote sense of safety", what were the sel programs listed?
Thank you this was so helpful.
Are these SEL programs on the Tier 1 slide to be used with only Tier 1? Or can they be used at Tiers 2/3?
If you have other questions, please add them here.
I missed when the Tier 2/3 webinars will be.
Will these slides be shared?
What percentage of the return to school should be dedicated to tier 1 SEL support
Thank you. This has been very helpful!
Thank you for this presentation. I was good to hear both of you again!
Thank you. This was very helpful ( Miracle)
Thanks, Patricia! Great job.
Thank you, it was truly helpful
Very helpful webinar!