Creating Trauma-Informed, Strengths-Based Classrooms - Teacher Strategies for Nurturing Students' Healing, Growth, and Learning - Autism Awareness
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Creating Trauma-Informed, Strengths-Based Classrooms – Teacher Strategies for Nurturing Students’ Healing, Growth, and Learning

Author: Tom Brunzell and Jacolyn Norrish
Publishing Info: Paperback 272 pages / May 2021
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With accessible strategies grounded in trauma-informed education and positive psychology, this book equips teachers to support all students, particularly the most vulnerable. It will help them to build their resilience, increase their motivation and engagement, and fulfil their full learning potential within the classroom.

Trauma-informed, strengths-based classrooms are built upon three core aims: to support children to build their self-regulatory capacities, to build a sense of relatedness and belonging at school, and to integrate wellbeing principles that nurture growth and identify strengths. Taking conventional approaches to trauma one step further, teachers may create a classroom environment which helps students to meet their own needs in a healthy way and progress academically.

Based on the successful Berry Street education strategies pioneered by the authors, this book also includes comprehensive case studies, learning points and opportunities for self-reflection, fully supporting teachers to implement these strategies within the classroom.

$45.95