This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Norton Books in Education.
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How can schools bring an equity lens to their trauma-informed education initiatives? Schools can do more than respond to the trauma that some students have already experienced; they can play a key role in preventing trauma and disrupting the larger social forces that create trauma in our world. This edWeb podcast presents a fresh take on trauma-informed practices, with takeaways for teachers, school leaders, and anyone else who is invested in making change in education.
Alex Shevrin Venet, author of Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education, introduces listeners to the key understandings of the Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education framework, sharing stories from her work as a teacher and supporting schools with trauma-informed education. Listeners can expect to leave with a new understanding of their role in trauma-informed education and ideas for how to get started.
This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 educators, school leaders, district leaders, chief equity officers, and at-risk coordinators.
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