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Trauma-informed practices focus on helping students build their resilience so they can succeed. Fostered out of healthy adult-child relationships, trauma-informed practices help students build resiliency by way of four essentials:
to help students feel safe, to help students be connected, to help students get regulated, and to help students learn. Only when students are feeling safe, connected, and regulated are they ready to learn.
FLEXIBLE SEATING & ALTERNATE WORK STATION
CLASSROOM BRAIN BREAKS
EMOTIONAL RELEASE ACTIVITIES
DESIGNATED AREA IN THE CLASSROOM
ACCESSIBILITY TO WORK TOOLS
FINE MOTOR & QUIET ACTIVITIES
"YOU'VE GOT MAIL!"
NURTURING SUPPORT CENTRE
ADDITIONAL DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS:
ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL DISCIPLINE:
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