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SXSW Edu 2018: Trauma-Informed Education Policy & Practice

SXSW Edu 2018: Trauma-Informed Education Policy & Practice

SXSW Edu 2018: Trauma-Informed Education Policy & Practice

Rahn Dorsey, Sarah Groh, Sarah Iddrissu, Dr Gisele C Shorter
Rahn Dorsey, Sarah Groh, Sarah Iddrissu, Dr Gisele C Shorter
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 12 Oct 2018
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Last updated: 14 Oct 2019

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(8 Oct 2019)
Awesome to be a part of the discussion from the comfort of my home.
(8 Aug 2019)
Trauma can be all around. This discussion had good information.
David Taylor (6 Mar 2019)
Good

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Description

Researchers and evidence-based nonprofit partners work together with local communities to translate research and practice into responsive public policy. Speakers address topics from housing instability and food insecurity, to natural disasters and gun violence, to trauma and adversity that deeply affect children's ability to learn and thrive. Panelists discuss authentic stakeholder engagement and the role policy makers can play to drive resources towards evidence-based, trauma-informed practices.

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Viewers will hear a discussion about authentic stakeholder engagement and the role policy makers can play to drive resources towards evidence-based, trauma-informed practices.
Rahn Dorsey, Sarah Groh, Sarah Iddrissu, Dr Gisele C Shorter

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Rahn Dorsey, Sarah Groh, Sarah Iddrissu, Dr Gisele C Shorter
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

Rahn Dorsey (Chief of Education for the City of Boston), Sarah Groh (Director of Advocacy at America Forward), Sarah Iddrissu (Managing Director of External Affairs at Educators for Excellence), Dr Gisele C Shorter (Program Officer, Education at Raikes Foundation)

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User Reviews (22)

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(8 Oct 2019)
Awesome to be a part of the discussion from the comfort of my home.
(8 Aug 2019)
Trauma can be all around. This discussion had good information.
David Taylor (6 Mar 2019)
Good
(4 Aug 2019)
It described trauma in the classroom and policy
(30 Jul 2019)
Excellent call to action to educators and local, state policymakers.
Mrs Martha McMillan (26 May 2019)
It is good to hear that people are working very hard to try to develop ways to help schools deal with student trauma.
Patricia Schoppe (24 Sep 2019)
Good introduction to trauma informed concepts and policies.
(21 Jun 2019)
This course was very informative.
(21 Aug 2019)
Excellent conversation on an extremely important topic.
(2 Oct 2019)
Interesting to learn about different ways students experience trauma and the need for educators to recognize the trauma in order to help as well as creating safe environments and relationships to help the student grow.
(19 Aug 2019)
Great training about trauma-Informed Education
(18 Aug 2019)
A great a diverse pannel. They really broaden the issues through their unique experiences, such as the child of a refugee. Something I wouldn't have thought of, but very relevant in a world such as now.
(17 Jun 2019)
This information reminds us to always consider what students are going through outside of school and how it affects them in the classroom.
Ms Bernadette Hancock (16 Sep 2019)
very Informative
(16 Sep 2019)
Good introduction to the current policy and research status.
(14 Aug 2019)
This topic was very informative
(13 Mar 2019)
School can often increase the trauma students face in their daily lives. There is the trauma and pressure to succeed when students may not have coping skills. Many students are dealing with many traumas in their home environment, which makes it hard to do school work.
(13 Aug 2019)
High level discussion of trauma and its effects in education and some actions to address the issue
(13 Aug 2019)
Very good info about trauma informed schools and practices.
(12 Aug 2019)
Not balanced between policy & practice. Heavily weighted towards a discussion calling for policy changes.
nikki knowles (10 May 2019)
Informative forum discussing the impact trauma plays within our students' learning and capacity to learn.
(1 Aug 2019)
less talk more action is needed

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