School Psych Corner: A Glimpse Inside the Transition to Trauma-Informed Practices

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[Source: Mind Shift]

Educators are increasingly aware of how trauma that students experience in their lives outside school affects learning in the classroom. And while this isn’t new information, focusing on how to make the learning environment a safe, nurturing place where those students can succeed has become a robust topic of conversation in many districts. Some teachers worry that trauma-informed practices will mean more work for already overburdened teachers, but others

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