ROE13Apple BlueRon Daniels, Regional Superintendent
Regional Office of Education #13 

Presents 

Trauma: Training of Trainer


Date:    September 27, December 6, 2018, and February 21, 2019.  This workshop is a three-day commitment. 
     
Location:    Lifelong Learning Center
    Kaskaskia College
    27210 College Road
    Centralia, IL 62801
      
Time:    Registration 8:30 a.m. 
    Program begins at 9:00 a.m. 
    Program concludes at 3:00 p.m. 
    No lunch is provided. 
      
Fee:    $200 Per Person For All Districts
     
Audience:    District or school-based teams which include an administrator, school-based clinician(s) and teacher leaders representative of the school. Other team members might include the school nurse and other with behavioral expertise. 
      
Presenters:     Midwest PBIS Network
     
Description:   

This three-day training is designed for district and/or school teams. Teams will return with an increased understanding of what it means to maintain a trauma-informed lens in the school setting and a plan of how to continuously build the capacity of their staff. By the end of this training series, teams will be able to: 

  • Discuss the key components of trauma/chronic stress and how they impact brain development, learning, and classroom performance
  • Assess current schoolwide and classroom practices and develop action plans to enhance practices to include a trauma-informed lens
  • Provide training to district/school staff and ongoing coaching for sustainable implementation of trauma-informed lens 

An expectation of this training is that teams will have time scheduled with the district and/or school staff to provide professional development between training days. 

   

Training Details: 

Day 1: Training on four modules 1) Self-Care, 2) What is Trauma?, 3) Trauma and the Brain, and 4) Fight, Flight and Freeze in the Classroom, and practice delivering key components of these modules. Homework: Develop a plan for delivering professional development to the district or school staff. 

Day 2: Report out of professional development plans and tips for providing professional development. Review of schoolwide and classroom strategies to support all students, especially students impacted by trauma. Homework: Assess and action plan current schoolwide practices. Develop a plan to support teachers to assess and action plan for classroom practices. 

Day 3: Share out progress with professional development. Develop skills to provide ongoing coaching to maintain a trauma-informed lens. 

       
Register for this three-day offering.                                                 View Class List