Welcome to this week's 'trauma-informed education' edition of Myles Ahead's curated resources for educators.

The ongoing pandemic is a source of trauma that we are all working though, students included. As educators, recognizing that trauma and reacting accordingly can help things to go more smoothly in your classroom whether through keeping a consistent routine, explaining reasons for changes, or focusing on strengths.

The first resource we have selected this week is a video about a school that employs trauma-based education and how it has successfully transformed the school.

The second resource gets into detail about what exactly this method of education is, and how to put it into action.

The final resouce for this week emphasizes that when your students are traumatized, you are as well and ways to mitigate the effects of that trauma.

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