Students experiencing the coronavirus crisis are experiencing trauma. So are teachers and parents. Trauma-Informed teaching is more important than ever before. In today's show, learn the four principles to help us encourage and help others as we work through this crisis together and help students after we move through it.
Dr. Eric Rossen, the Director of professional development and standards for the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has created a recent COVID19 Resource Center. In today's show, Dr. Rossen helps us understand how we can help children wherever they are learning and wherever we are teaching. We will learn trauma-informed teaching principles to help us help our students.
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Current Research and 4 Trauma-Informed Teaching Principles to Help Students Now with Dr. Eric Rossen
Trauma-Informed Teaching Resources Mentioned on the Show
Other Shows relating to Trauma-Informed Teaching
- 10 Trauma-Informed Principles for Educators Now with Dr. Eric Rossen March 2020 Show
- How to Help Kids Recover from the Trauma of a Storm.
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Dr. Eric Rossen – Bio as Submitted
Dr. Eric Rossen is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, a licensed psychologist in Maryland, and a credentialed National Register Health Service psychologist.
Dr. Rossen is currently the Director of Professional Development and Standards with the National Association of School Psychologists which has created a recent COVID19 Resource Center.
He has worked in public schools and in independent practice and has served as a college instructor and adjunct faculty at the University of Missouri and Prince George’s Community College. He has presented across the US and internationally, and published dozens of articles and book chapters related to school psychology, school safety, and trauma. He is most recently the editor of Supporting and Educating Traumatized Students: A Guide for School-Based Professionals, 2nd Edition, and coauthor of the book Applying a Trauma-Informed Framework to The IEP Process: From Referral to Development.
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