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Every classroom has students who have experienced trauma from Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). ACEs can shake students’ sense of safety. The COVID-19 threat has the possibility of intensifying a sense of distress for all students, but may particularly impact students who have experienced trauma. During school closures, how can schools provide the safety and support that students need to learn and thrive? How can teachers, while distanced from their students, create positive childhood experiences to mitigate the impact of the pandemic? This webinar addresses how teachers and schools can integrate foundational trauma-sensitive practices into their online teaching plan and their interactions with students.

This webinar has been recorded and can be watched on-demand here.

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