January 15, 2020 by Julia Rose
Stage 4 on The Path of Progress™ is all about: "Support."
This is not news to you, and yet, it still bears repeating: Teachers need support.
Professional and Personal supports.
Because if you are going to be working with traumatized students, you are going to be professionally and personally challenged. There are no if's, and's or but's about it.
Now, bear with me here... I know some of you are already thinking: Well, Duh, Julia Rose! But how in the world do we convince our administrators or district reps that they need to fit this into the budget?
Well, before we even get to that, I want to be clear that YOU understsand why this is so essential.
SO ESSENTIAL, in fact... it's non-negotiable.
Tune in to this week's episode to learn why teachers figuring out ways to get these support structures in place is so essential for effective and sustainable trauma-informed teaching.
And if you're wanting to track where YOU are in Stage 4: Support, 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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