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Planning Now for a Return to School: Building Student Resilience to Trauma - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacy Robertson
46:16
Will these slides be shared with participants afterwards?
Beth Dusin
47:05
The audio seems to be fading in and out a little bit. Is that just me?
Kathy Vines
47:20
Not just you Beth
Treveda Redmond
47:25
The sound is going in and out
Jerome Green
47:30
No, you’re right. It was fading for a moment there…
Diana K
47:39
crackly
Christine Trendel
49:19
Thre are a few people from our organization that have registration confirmation emails but are in the Zoom waiting room.
jarman
57:27
that we are not addressing the issue
cbrannan
57:29
49% did not have learning and behavior problems, in spite of multiple ACEs
Hillary Thomas
57:34
49% of students with 4+ ACES do not have significant learning/behavior challenges
Arturo Senteno
57:35
Schools are not always equip to handle childhood trauma.
Ellen Wing
57:37
Many of the children with special education needs will have experienced trauma
Beth Dusin
57:41
everyone needs to understand the impact of trauma
Cathy Elliott
57:42
trauma has a direct impact on learning
Taquia Hylton
57:42
That the higher the ACE score, the more likely the student will have learning and behavior problems. They will need additional supports.
Allison Stein
57:43
Different children experience events differently
Billy Hueramo
57:45
That we have students that need more than just Tier I support
Bonnie
57:46
This tells me that there is a large number of students who are experiencing trauma tht we need to focus on.
Kim
57:47
Some students who experience ACEs are able to successfully learn.
Jerome Green
57:47
I am wondering the impact upon the other 49% and what problems they showed. (Indicated)
TobiasD
57:47
Trauma has a large impact on a students ability to learn and retain information
Stacy Robertson
57:48
Trauma is only being experienced by certain students. Primarily students of color and those in Special Education.
Amy Bilow
57:54
That it is not always a learning or behavior issue at the root
Peter Cunningham
57:58
This informs us that schools need PD and support for those students, starting with understanding.
Bradley Verthein
57:58
We are often focused on outcomes but do not understand their causes.
dejongc
58:00
there is a significant need to address trauma in schools
Kinasha Brown
58:00
That the other 49% may have experienced some type of trauma, just not 4+
Kathy McGruder
58:03
Many children will be coming back to school with 4+ ACES that wouldn't have before the pandemic.
Heidi Thomas
58:04
Yes what is the impact for the other 49%
Damaris Cami
58:10
The higher the Ace score the more changes to have learning behavior problems
Margo Empen
58:11
There are 49% of students with ACES scores between 1 and 3 who need support as well.
Elana Heinonen
58:15
Trauma impacts different children in different ways.
RASHAD TALLEY
58:20
Trauma has a direct impact on student outsomes
Melissa Peterson
58:24
We are not meeting the needs of a large percentage of our students
scurlockt
58:34
About half of all school children have experienced some form of trauma.
Christine Trendel
58:35
We are meeting the needs of all students
Treveda Redmond
58:41
Students respond differently to trauma
Christine Trendel
58:43
*are not
Jennifer Barnabee
59:07
Our children who have experienced trauma need our help and understanding - and our staff needs training in how to help!
iPhone
59:07
Trauma can effect students in different ways which we have to be able to help them through
nicolefishman
59:11
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
Debra Koran
59:39
protective factors have a huge impact
cbrannan
01:02:54
Wearing a mask outside
Nikki Tammaru
01:02:54
staying connected with students and families
Danielle Botto
01:02:59
movement/exercise
Debra Koran
01:02:59
the activities you participate in that bring you joy such as playing music, journaling
Natalie
01:03:00
Ways spending time - exercise, family, fun activities
Allyssa Svob
01:03:00
maintaining communication and relationships with others
Linda Peterson
01:03:00
get enough sleep
Heather Morrison
01:03:01
Regular exercise and getting outside
Susan Warren
01:03:01
Fresh air and exercise
rbrown
01:03:01
My attitude daily
Maria Garces McCarthy
01:03:02
making sure we are in zoom meeting on time
Bonnie
01:03:03
We have control over if we are physically active
Taquia Hylton
01:03:04
Getting some form of exercise each day
Lauren Shiffrin
01:03:06
Movement and spending time outside
Katie Douglas
01:03:06
Physical activity
Elizabeth Casper
01:03:07
time with my family
VCrespo
01:03:08
Sleeping at least 7-8 hours
Jessica Garrity
01:03:08
family relationships
Tracy Rachuy
01:03:09
getting enough sleep
gchesney
01:03:09
socializing with others
TobiasD
01:03:10
Engaging in self-care
Stacy Robertson
01:03:11
Practicing self-care
Arturo Senteno
01:03:12
Spending time with family
Dawn Hinz
01:03:12
finding joy in small things
Eden Barragan
01:03:12
The type of people you surround yourself with.
Becca
01:03:13
Staying calm in the mist of unknown
Kinasha Brown
01:03:13
Self Care - Sleep, eating healthy
jarman
01:03:13
relationships
Kathy Vines
01:03:13
turning the news off
Billy Hueramo
01:03:14
mindset
Hillary Thomas
01:03:15
how we talk to students about everything that's going on
Kathy McGruder
01:03:15
Self-Care is essential. Provide yourself a predictable paced schedule.
iPhone
01:03:16
Regular walks or work out routines for self care
Treveda Redmond
01:03:17
Balanced diet
Amy Bilow
01:03:17
Washing hands
Melissa Peterson
01:03:17
Connections with family and friends
Peter Cunningham
01:03:18
Connecting with people
rbrown
01:03:18
relationship
Bethany Sleik
01:03:19
using coping strategies such as yoga/mindfulness
Susan Warren
01:03:19
connection with family and friends
Tim Riordan
01:03:19
Relationships
krisperteet
01:03:20
Self care
Becca
01:03:21
Move to stay healthy
Damaris Cami
01:03:21
getting a good sleep
Cicele Bennett
01:03:21
Putting my phone down
Allison Stein
01:03:21
Time with family
Leslie Weber
01:03:23
focus on positive things in current situation
nicolefishman
01:03:25
Working on creating a positive environment - yoga, meditation, NO SOCIAL MEDIA
Bonnie
01:03:25
Reaching out to those who are alone through calls
Tim Riordan
01:03:26
Relationships
Bless
01:03:29
Family and exercising
Christine Trendel
01:03:29
spending quality time with my kids
Bridget Gilmartin
01:03:35
Creating and savoring positive experiences
rbrown
01:03:36
understanding and being ok with alone time
RASHAD TALLEY
01:03:38
Attitudes and responses to our current trauma
Danielle Botto
01:03:43
our mindset
scurlockt
01:03:43
Taking time to reflect
Sharon Gwaltney
01:03:44
hobbies that make me happy
Heidi Thomas
01:03:47
Family time
Amy Bilow
01:03:49
practicing gratitude
Damaris Cami
01:03:51
quality conversations with my family
Amanda Bittner
01:03:56
relationship building at home and with our school family
Sharon Gwaltney
01:03:58
research to prepare for the future
Damaris Cami
01:03:58
smiling
Amanda Wielgus-Hagerty
01:20:22
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
RASHAD TALLEY
01:23:01
Amanda schools have to be sensitive to that and accommodate the family as needed. That should help with a little communication.
Julie Parikh
01:30:57
on the slide "tier 1:promote sense of safety", what were the sel programs listed?
Elliott Kids
01:32:09
Thank you this was so helpful.
Amanda Wielgus-Hagerty
01:33:00
Yes
Julie Dorencz
01:33:29
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?
Lori Hensold
01:33:32
If you have other questions, please add them here.
Beth Dusin
01:35:10
I missed when the Tier 2/3 webinars will be.
Stacy Robertson
01:35:38
Will these slides be shared?
gchesney
01:36:05
What percentage of the return to school should be dedicated to tier 1 SEL support
Beth Dusin
01:37:19
Thank you. This has been very helpful!
VCrespo
01:37:22
Thank you!
Lauren Shiffrin
01:37:25
Thank you!
Bradley Verthein
01:37:32
Thank you for this presentation. I was good to hear both of you again!
Stacy Robertson
01:37:33
Thank you!
Becca
01:37:38
Thank you
TobiasD
01:38:11
Thank you!
Bless
01:38:12
Thank you. This was very helpful ( Miracle)
Damaris Cami
01:38:17
Thank you!
gchesney
01:38:20
Thank you.
Eden Barragan
01:38:20
Thank you!
Elana Heinonen
01:38:22
Thank you!
Heather Davis
01:38:23
Thank you
Kim
01:38:25
Thanks, Patricia! Great job.
Elizabeth Casper
01:38:26
Thank you!
Kinasha Brown
01:38:30
Thank you, it was truly helpful
krisperteet
01:38:31
Thank you
Arturo Senteno
01:38:32
Thank you!
Kathy Vines
01:38:32
Very helpful webinar!
jarman
01:38:35
thank you
Dawn
01:38:35
Thank You