- Date: March 5, 2021
8:50am - Remote Meeting Room admittance
9:00 am - 3:00 p.m. Event (PST)
- Participants: Staff and community partners who support school safety and critical incident/trauma related matters including:
- Principals, Vice Principals and individuals who support school safety, culture and climate
- Educators and school administrators according to school/district needs
- Community partners who support threat risk assessment and violence prevention (e.g. RCMP, municipal police, child protection social worker, child and youth mental health worker)
*Note: This training includes challenging topics and subject matter that may be a contextual trigger for individuals who have recently been exposed to traumatic incidents in their personal/professional capacity.
Trauma-Informed practices function to create compassionate learning communities by understanding trauma and its effects and working with the school community in responding to challenging behaviour in a way that supports the students, families, and staff alike. Using a Trauma-Informed lens with best practice from the field of Violence Prevention and Intervention Strategies, this training strives to provide a deeper understanding of how to create and measure and school connectedness.
This training also provides an overview of the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges it has created, including a look at trauma, and it’s impact on our youth, current social media trends, violent behavioural patterns, and successful intervention strategies.
- Prevalence, statistics, and impact of mental health challenges and trauma in schools and how it can impact safety, climate and school culture
- Definitions and explanations of what is happening emotionally, physically and cognitively for students struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, self-harming behaviours, and histories of trauma
- Identification of behaviours in the classroom with strategies to minimize the negative impact of mental health challenges and trauma and promote a supportive and inclusive learning environment for all students
- Linkages to the provincial curriculum and core competencies
- Role school/classroom climate and culture and physical spaces have on mental health and trauma
- Action Plans to take away and implement in classrooms
- Understanding of executive function deficit and their impact on learning
*This training has been updated to include the impact of the current pandemic on school culture and climate.
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