Trauma-Informed Education Resources
“Trauma-informed education isn’t a set of strategies. [It] is ultimately an exercise in empathy, patience, and flexibility.”
-Educator Alex Shevrin
Adverse Childhood Experiences
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Resources
What are ACEs and how do they impact human development across the lifespan?
In recent years a great deal of research has begun to come out, validifying what we have always known: trauma anywhere in a student’s life impacts everything.
If you are interested in obtaining Street School specific risk factor assessment sheets, please feel free to reach out to us at Info@StreetSchoolNetwork.org. We would be happy to pass along the resources we have gathered and created internally.
“What Trauma Taught Me About Resilience”
Featured Professional Development Reads
by: Dr. Bessel van der Kolk
Check out this 20 minute Youtube synopsis of Dr. Bessel van der Kolk’s work on “Healing Trauma & How the Body Keeps the Score” for continued learning.
by: Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson
Visit TCU’s Karen Purvis Institute of Childhood Development website to learn more about the transformational work of TBRI®.
Rethinking Trauma in Education
Take a look at how one school has begun to rethink trauma-informed education and how their new practices have revolutionized their community.
For more information on Paper Tigers, visit the film’s website here.
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Do you have a resource that has rocked your school's world? Suggest it to us on GoodReads or submit it below to be added to the lists above!