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XTR502 - Trauma Classroom Practices
Trauma and Academic Performance: Introduction to trauma sensitive practices A study of the universal design of learning with best practices to create a safe classroom and school environment where all children, especially the child who has been traumatized, can be successful. Trauma sensitive school and classroom strategies organized throughout six school core operations are emphasized, using six attributes of a trauma sensitive classroom as the outline for a flexible framework guiding best practices. Emphasis is on trauma sensitive pedagogy that creates and advocates for weaving trauma sensitive research practices throughout all the operational functions to assist in developing a whole school trauma sensitive universal community of learners. The uniqueness of the individual child is highlighted, as are many forms of diversity, including developmental, cultural, gender, and socioeconomic diversity, and the interdependent and interplay among various contexts in which children live and play. (3 credits)

Prerequisites N/A
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Credits 3.00
Credit Types Credit

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