Supporting Student Well-Being and Resilience with Trauma-Informed Care

April 29, 2020 · 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

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Teachers and principals around the world are tapping into their strength and creativity to meet the incredible challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. In many cases, their resourcefulness and compassion for students continues to exceed expectations—building the foundations of health and wellness through unique and cooperative partnerships with colleagues, students, caregivers, and community organizations.

This second webinar in a new series sponsored by the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders, the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, and the National Education Association offers educators concrete strategies for supporting their students’ well-being during distance learning during COVID-19 by using trauma-informed self-care and resilience-building strategies.

• David Morales, 2016 New Mexico Teacher of the Year, Las Cruces Public Schools, Executive Director of NEA-Las Cruces’ Educator Leadership and Learning Lab (EL3)

• Dr. Brittany Patterson, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine and the National Center for School Mental Health

• Kathleen Guarino, Licensed Mental Health Clinician and Senior Consultant for Trauma-Informed Care at AIR

• Lisa Lachlan, Ed.D., Director of Strategic Partnerships, Center on Great Teachers and Leaders at AIR

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