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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: 01 Jan 2021

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Semilla Rivera (28 Dec 2020)
I think the panel raised excellent points about the need for policy at the state and local level, as well as school, and community collaboration to come up with best practice methods that can be used by educators to meet the needs of students with trauma.
Jana Dugas (15 Dec 2020)
I really enjoyed hearing about this topic. It was new to me, but it had so much good information.
Mrs Andrea Vega (26 Nov 2020)
very interesting course. i liked the story about the "3 little pigs" and how that teacher realized the need to inform policy

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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 (83)

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Semilla Rivera (28 Dec 2020)
I think the panel raised excellent points about the need for policy at the state and local level, as well as school, and community collaboration to come up with best practice methods that can be used by educators to meet the needs of students with trauma.
Jana Dugas (15 Dec 2020)
I really enjoyed hearing about this topic. It was new to me, but it had so much good information.
Mrs Andrea Vega (26 Nov 2020)
very interesting course. i liked the story about the "3 little pigs" and how that teacher realized the need to inform policy
Sheree Bower (12 Nov 2020)
This session seems to present an awareness of the big need for schools and districts to become trauma informed. It points out the needs within the Boston area for more administrator, teacher and student training and input in order to make this effective. It doesn't give answers for tangible ways to do that. I would prefer that we see something similar done for Texas, as the Boston demographics are different, but in many ways similar to Texas' needs.
Shannan Murray (6 Nov 2020)
Excellent in providing varied perspectives and ideas. I stopped the course and looked up several tools and organizations as I went, and left with a wealth of ideas about how to implement some of the suggestions.
Chris Coursey (25 Oct 2020)
Enlightening...and a battle with bureaucracy.
Elisa Stamps (21 Oct 2020)
Loved hearing about trauma informed and do feel that teachers need to be trained better and empowered and supported more to be trauma responsive.
Patrick Partida (5 Oct 2020)
Wonderful information about the advocacy being done to address trama in students and educators throughout the nation.
Jordan Krill (2 Oct 2020)
I think it is a very important topic but would’ve liked to hear more about strategies to use. This is a big issue even in the elementary level and I am glad it is discussed in this professional development.
Mrs April Flynn (3 Sep 2020)
Good discussion on how trauma can affect students' learning & how schools need more resources to address trauma
Lindsay Hamilton (20 Aug 2020)
Thought invoking conversation.
Kara McClain (18 Aug 2020)
very interesting! lots of good practice!
Richard Smith (18 Aug 2020)
This represents more and more of my student population
Barbara Langston (7 Aug 2020)
Very interesting.
Mrs Tammy Wright (2 Aug 2020)
This was very informative and it is way overdue. Students are overwhelmed in life and that shows up daily in our classes. Thank you for recognizing that.
Sophia Prieto (31 Jul 2020)
Great conversation on how to deal with students who might fall under this demographic
LaToya Shocklee (23 Jul 2020)
This course was very informative and an important conversation regarding how to better address and support our students who carry around the weight and burden of trauma.
Laura Toler (12 Jul 2020)
Another great panel discussion coming from South By! If you HAVE to do teacher CPE, this is such a valuable way to spend that time.
minerva ontiveros (9 Jul 2020)
very informative
Jennifer Hopper (6 Jul 2020)
This was an introduction to Trauma Informed Education for me.
Ashley Myers (29 Jun 2020)
Very informative and engaging. Great speakers.
Jessica Chiverton (28 Jun 2020)
The course content was very eye-opening. The panelists discussed the impact of trauma on learning, and the discussion sparked questions in my mind about how, as educators we could be more empathetic while encouraging students to strive for excellence, despite the challenges they face.
Jennifer Worley (19 Jun 2020)
Enjoyed the topic. I wish we were further along in the discussion process of creating trauma informed schools for the sake of our students.
Suzanne Garcia (29 May 2020)
Topic was very timely and informative. Enjoyed the speakers.
Karen Pinkston (27 May 2020)
I appreciated the dialogue for trauma-informed education policy and practice!
Julio Gonzalez (19 May 2020)
Excellent
Perinza Reddic (16 May 2020)
I applaud the panel for having this discussion, but I didn't rate it higher because of my own frustration with the current "education policies" in place that apply more pressure on teachers to be all things to all people. There are an increasing number of children walking the halls of our schools who have never been "identified" and we don't have enough school psychologists on campus to accommodate the growing number of children with mental illness. Thanks to all who were on the panel. Your voices were heard, but I look forward to more action initiated to help our kids.
Marlene Warren (15 May 2020)
Thoughtful and researched based discussion on trauma informed education. I have seen a need for better practices in public schools to support traumatized students in the classroom. Very informative discussion.
Rita Healy (15 May 2020)
I enjoyed it and learned a lot!
Breann Decker (6 May 2020)
Beat the Odds NEEDS to be Change the Odds. Educators being actively involved in planning trauma response is an awesome concept.
Joshlynn Ervin (5 May 2020)
This PD is extremely applicable at anytime, and especially now with the COVID-19 situation and the resulting social isolation and economic impact. It is and will be important in the coming years to realize that the pandemic has created a unique trauma situation and potentially exacerbated already present traumas.
Mr Jesus Rodriguez (4 May 2020)
A very informative course on trauma infromed education policy.
Dolores Barrientos (29 Apr 2020)
I love the idea of educators, administrators, and law-makers coming together in the benefit of students to focus on something other than academics. I believe that educators teach more than just math or English, they teach values, social interactions, and self-worth. It makes me so happy that someone is bringing light into the emotional aspect of students' wellbeing. It doesn't necessarily need to be only the emotional aspect but also their way of life. From the emotional traumas to their living situation whether it be homelessness or domestic violence.
Tonya Chavez (28 Apr 2020)
The district I work for is building a new building and we are looking at creating it as a Trauma Informed School with the Arts. All avenues are being considered for reaching these students. This was so beneficial.
Sonia Rubio (25 Apr 2020)
Amazing! Thank you!
Dianna Cooper (20 Apr 2020)
The root of the problem lies with families (upbringing). The responsibility to fix this problem should be put back on the family unit. Teachers should teach. Period. Parents have to be held responsible for raising their children. Letting parents off the hook is not the answer.
Xandra Vee (20 Apr 2020)
Very informative & interesting course that is especially relevant now that schools have closed due to the current health crisis
Ms Ronda Dixon (17 Apr 2020)
It’s not enough to be trauma informed, we must be trauma responsive. YES and Amen!
Meghan Standley (17 Apr 2020)
The course was extremely informative and has given me ideas about how to improve educational outcomes for student experiencing trauma.
Miss Dawn Conley (3 Apr 2020)
It helped to bring light to the topic of teachers need to be part of helping in speaking up for the policies needed to help bring in the resources that will support their students.
Valerie Ross (1 Apr 2020)
Although aware of trauma influenced learning , I was not aware of the research and proposed specific trauma - informed education / policy needs.
Khaliah Peterson (25 Mar 2020)
GREAT COURSE! Enjoyed it
Mrs Mary Simmons (10 Mar 2020)
Bravo for these presenters. The info shared was right on time. Thank e.
Allison Strempke (10 Mar 2020)
Great conversation that needs to be had about trauma.
Mrs Christy Christensen (4 Mar 2020)
Very good information to get the conversation started.
Mrs Dawn Rice (1 Mar 2020)
Very informative. Very academic in verbiage, yet insightful and motivating.
David Taylor (16 Feb 2020)
Good
Kathryn Baker (7 Feb 2020)
Student trauma effects so much of what happens in the classroom. Support systems and restructuring the way schools function can help.
Lauri Smith (5 Feb 2020)
Though there is a lot of "higher learning" and administrative language used, if you take notes and/or reverse the video back when you catch something interesting to you, you will find much of value here.
Miranda Leahy (3 Feb 2020)
This course was very helpful in understanding the complexities between trauma-informed practices, research and responsiveness. I now have a more in-depth understanding of how widespread this issue is how it is up to educators to learn to identify and respond to trauma in their classrooms.
Cassie Willis (27 Jan 2020)
Great topic and so informative!
Melissa Gross (22 Jan 2020)
Great insights into the need for trauma-informed policies and practices. Thanks!
Kathy Wells (19 Jan 2020)
This is a conversation concerning the need for all students to have the ability to access opportunities.
jesslyn wilson (5 Jan 2020)
Important and timely conversation that needs to be had
Kara Cooper (24 Dec 2019)
The information regarding policy and viewpoints on trauma informed policy was interesting.
Brittany Young (24 Nov 2019)
Excellent course!
Katie Guidry (12 Nov 2019)
The video and content they were explaining was clear and very knowledgeable.
Mr Zachary Zachary (11 Nov 2019)
This is an enlightening lecture. The Three Little Pigs is a common story and unlikely to be thought of as potentially traumatizing. When a Vietnamese students recalls her village being attcked and her straw house being destroyed, things change. We take too much for granted and we need to change that.
kRISTIN STELMAZEWSKI (9 Nov 2019)
Great Topic and lots of spot on input!
Rachel Cortez (5 Nov 2019)
This was a great presentation for, perhaps, government officials and the community at large that need to be made aware of and convinced to help this diverse student population. However, it did little for classroom teachers who are looking for practical, every-day strategies that can be immediately implemented into instruction to assist these students.
Andrea Stolle (31 Oct 2019)
Good topic, speakers very knowledgeable, wish there was more time to talk about specific ways teachers can respond to trauma in the classroom.
Jennifer Backlund (16 Oct 2019)
I found the material to be relevant and informative.
Hector Martinez Jr (8 Oct 2019)
Awesome to be a part of the discussion from the comfort of my home.
Ariel Johnson (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.
Patricia Schoppe (24 Sep 2019)
Good introduction to trauma informed concepts and policies.
Olivia Healy (16 Sep 2019)
Good introduction to the current policy and research status.
Ms Bernadette Hancock (16 Sep 2019)
very Informative
Lori Davis (21 Aug 2019)
Excellent conversation on an extremely important topic.
Mrs Traci Willingham (19 Aug 2019)
Great training about trauma-Informed Education
laura peart (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.
Connie Marx (14 Aug 2019)
This topic was very informative
Kevin McCormick (13 Aug 2019)
High level discussion of trauma and its effects in education and some actions to address the issue
Vanecia Brown (13 Aug 2019)
Very good info about trauma informed schools and practices.
Sheila Bosworth (12 Aug 2019)
Not balanced between policy & practice. Heavily weighted towards a discussion calling for policy changes.
Michelle Taylor (8 Aug 2019)
Trauma can be all around. This discussion had good information.
Holly Sanders (4 Aug 2019)
It described trauma in the classroom and policy
Merrilee Catalani (1 Aug 2019)
less talk more action is needed
Faye Ainsworth (30 Jul 2019)
Excellent call to action to educators and local, state policymakers.
Hazel Herrera (21 Jun 2019)
This course was very informative.
Patrick Callaghan (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.
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.
nikki knowles (10 May 2019)
Informative forum discussing the impact trauma plays within our students' learning and capacity to learn.
Susan West (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.

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