Trauma Informed Positive Behaviour Support

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"Change is difficult. The threat of danger or the pain of disappointment makes us avoid things that might be good for us. In this way, trying something new always involves facing our fears."
 
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How do you scaffold and support the cognitive and academic deficits associated with the impact of child trauma? In addition to disruptions to brain development, learning difficulties can be the result of several days of missed school, the cumulative
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13 out of every 30 students in an average classroom will have toxic stress from 3 or more traumatic experiences. In this free toolkit, we offer educators trauma informed support students. To learn more, visit www.tipbs.com
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Educators report that one of their biggest challenges is supporting students who have problem behavior beyond what might be expected. The extent of this problem is highlighted by recent reports on the rates of expulsion of these students from
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Educators can help students take simple, concrete steps to rebuild their social connections and reach out to people within and outside of the school community - including those whom the student may not have thought of as supports. This guide
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Dr Kay Ayre is a Lecturer in Education in the School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education at the University of Southern Queensland where she has been a staff member since 2014. Kay teaches diversity, behaviour management and autism spectrum disorder. Kay was awarded her Doctorate in Education in 2013, for her thesis titled “Disengaged and Disruptive: Behaviour Intervention for Boys from Year Four to Year Seven”. Kay’s areas of interests include: helping teachers develop and maintain positive, inclusive classrooms, teacher understandings of serious disruptive behaviour, positive behaviour support and in-school coaching and collaboration. Prior to commencing work as a lecturer, Kay worked for Education Queensland for many years as a classroom teacher, deputy principal, an advisory visiting teacher in behaviour and behaviour team leader.

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Dr. Kay Ayre EdD, MLI, Grad Dip (EC), BEd, Dip Teach (Primary) EdD (Doctor of Education), Queensland University of Technology Master of Learning Innovation, Queensland University of Technology Graduate Diploma Early Childhood, Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Education, Queensland University of Technology Diploma of Teaching (Primary), Griffith University Member of the Australian Association of Special Education (AASE)

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