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Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Classroom

Participants will learn about what trauma is and what forms it takes and about the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s) and how these affect students’ readiness to learn.  They will also learn how to use a strength-based approach to foster a safe and secure classroom environment and build relationships that allow students to grow, thrive, and learn at high levels. 

This workshop will present the following topics:

  1. What trauma is and how it’s defined.
  2. The five fundamental truths of trauma and its prevalence.
  3. What a trauma-sensitive learning environment is and how to create it in a classroom.
  4. Trauma-invested strategies.
  5. How to reach students and address their needs.
  6. What self-care is and its importance.

This professional development session meets the mandates of Senate Bill 11.


General Ed Teacher
Special Education Teacher

Important Session Information:

Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Classroom session.

Dimension 3.1: Classroom Environment, Routines and Procedures, Dimension 3.2: Managing Student Behavior, Dimension 3.3: Classroom Culture; Standard 4 - School Culture

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Session ID:
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(6.5) CPE
(6.5) Contact Hours
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Contact Person:
Albert Villa
Albert Villa
Date Time Location
3/21/2024 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM REGION 19 ESC - Horizon Room
6611 Boeing Drive, El Paso, 79925

Education Service Center-Region 19 ~ 6611 Boeing Drive ~ El Paso, Texas 79925 ~ Tel (915) 780-5055 ~ Fax (915) 780-5034

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