e-Learning Modules Explore Evidence-Based Curriculum

Building Resilient Communities

Educators can now equip themselves with the tools and resources they need to provide a trauma-informed perspective in schools. Explore these self-paced, no-cost resources, which contribute to both educator and student well-being.

Introduction to e-Learning Modules

Gain a foundational understanding of trauma-informed educational practices and policies with these interactive digital learning modules. This series covers core social and emotional learning concepts, as well as logistical and administrative concerns regarding planning, implementing, and sustaining trauma-informed practices in schools. Empower your students to better manage emotions, recognize strengths and weaknesses, and rise above adversity.

e-Learning Module 1
Educator Self-Care

Trauma-Informed Care and Educator Well-Being

Take advantage of relatable content dealing with well-being and collective care for teachers in K-12 schools, including at the individual level, group level, and organizational level.

e-Learning Module 2
Trauma in Our Society

Cultural Humility & Equity

Enhance your cultural competency skills and improve cultural humility in order to better support students. Help students neutralize the effects of adversity, societal oppression, and implicit bias.

e-Learning Module 3
Trauma-Proofing Schools

Trauma-Informed Care in the Educational Environment

Delve into the prevalence and impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on the developing brain, and develop your ability to recognize and respond to signs of trauma.

e-Learning Module 4
The Science of Implementation

Transforming into a Resilient School – Implementing Trauma-Informed Values and Practices

Learn how to support school teams in the sustainable implementation of resilience efforts. Discover the three crucial factors of urgency, readiness, and contextual fit.

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Key Concepts

Student-Centered Discipline

Policies that contribute to a supportive environment and provide developmentally-appropriate opportunities for students to learn, problem solve, and take ownership of their behavior.