January 8, 2020 by Julia Rose
Stage 3 on The Path of Progress™ is all about: "Skill Set."
Once we understand the impact of trauma on the developing brain, many teachers ask... What the heck can we do about it?
So, here's the Million Dollar Question: What Skills do you need to build to effectively work with and engage your traumatized students?
Building a comprehensive toolbox filled with tools, approaches and actual skills that help you regulate, engage, connect with and respect your students is absolutely key to building trauma-informed classrooms.
In this episode, Julia Rose walks you through what building that toolbox of Skills will start to look like.
Being an effective trauma-informed teacher means that you understand your options and feel comfortable in utilizing these approaches to work with your students.
So, if you're wanting to track where YOU are in Stage 3: Skill Set, take a look at each of these sub-stages to determine where you are today and where you'll be moving to next:
This week’s episode is really centered around identifying, building and honing your relational skills, and so I hope you'll identify where you are in this stage and how it'll apply to your work.
In it, you’ll learn…
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