Improving emotional and physical safety in the classroom helps students learn and teachers teach. Trauma-informed professional development on how "neuro-sequential" teaching practices physiologically prepare students for learning, especially kids who have experienced trauma, improves assessment outcomes for teachers and provides an evaluation framework for "classroom safety" practices that draws on brain science research. How are your school's evaluators examining this important element of your teaching? Are administrators informed on the latest brain research that supports the neuro-sequential model of learning? Is your institution trauma-informed? This eWorkbook was developed through a partnership with the California Center of Excellence for Trauma-Informed Care and is designed to be used during Trauma-Informed Professional Development training. Trauma-informed institutions understand that increasing physical and emotional safety improves learning and the classroom experience for teachers and students. Are you trauma-informed?
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