A trauma-informed approach requires educators to spot critical indicators in student behavior--here's what to look for

4 key pillars of a trauma-informed approach during COVID-19


A trauma-informed approach requires educators to spot critical indicators in student behavior--here's what to look for

There’s no doubt that the pandemic has been traumatic for children and adults alike. District and school staff member must remain especially diligent in being aware of and implementing strategies that help mitigate trauma.

A trauma-informed approach means teachers, administrators, staff, students and families recognize the behavioral, emotional, relational and academic impact of trauma, and address the impact through developing skills and providing specific trauma-informed supports.

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