The Trauma-Sensitive Classroom: Building Resilience With Compassionate Teaching
ISBN: 0393711862
EAN13: 9780393711868
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 13, 2018
Pages: 208
Dimensions: 1" H x 10" L x 7" W
Weight: 1.468279 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Easy to read!
I recommend that you buy this book definitely. I used it book-club-style for a university learning community and had several things that could easily be adapted to fit collegiate classrooms, even though it is geared towards K-12 education. Every teacher should be given this book!!!
 
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   An Increasingly Important Read for Any Teacher or Administrator
As a former foster child, current foster parent and secondary and university educator, I love this book and give it a heartfelt recommendation. This is a good read for anyone who is interested in teaching teaching, who currently teaches or works alongside teachers in the profession. Kids are more anxious, they struggle with current and past trauma and most teachers are not trained on how to handle it. This book is a great way to reflect on our current practices and also to get in touch with ourselves to better serve students who have suffered traumatic experiences or could use some socio-emotional support. It should be part of any course in classroom management.
 
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   Must Have Read For All Educators
It discusses how students from adversity present in the classroom themselves. It also discusses what we can do as teachers to help these students deal with their difficulties. I found the 8nformation in 5his book to be invigorating and very helpful to me. Currently I use the information gained in this book to update my teaching management plan and my overall teaching practices.
 
5
   Informative, inspiring, essential reading for educators
Drawing from her many years of mindfulness and other contemplative practices, Tish shows us the way to more connected, compassionate relationships and calm, focused, attentive students.
 
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   Awareness is the key!
For 27 years, I worked in the educational field of special education. For all of the teachers, assistants and those working with children of all ages!
 
5
   Another Relevant and Empowering Book by Patricia Jennings!
This book is for me another game changer. Her last book Mindfulness for Teachers paved the way for teachers to use mindfulness to regulate their own responses to classroom experiences. This book provides another way that teachers can become empowered to help their students by regulating their own emotions. As a teacher, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, stressed and helpless, but this book provides a simple road map to find solutions that empower the teacher, rather than waiting for something to change in our education system. I will organize a book study of her last book with her fellow teachers and will be sure to take another with this book.
 
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   Must-Read
This is an excellent book, which should be required of all pre-service and classroom teachers. You never look the same way again at students!
 
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