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What Does it Take to Create a Trauma-Informed Classroom Environment?

What Does it Take to Create a Trauma-Informed Classroom Environment?

You may know by now that taking a trauma-informed approach in your classroom is important. By creating a trauma-informed classroom environment, you can make sure that all students feel safe and are ready to learn — no matter what kind of experiences...



How Mindfulness Can Help Teachers Be At Their Best

How Mindfulness Can Help Teachers Be At Their Best

We often talk about how mindfulness can help students. But what about how it can help teachers? Teachers and other school staff can use mindfulness to create a calmer classroom environment. But they can also use these practices at home to reap the...



Fight, Flight, or Freeze in Schools: How to Recognize Stress Responses

Fight, Flight, or Freeze in Schools: How to Recognize Stress Responses

Have you ever heard of “fight or flight?” The fight-or-flight response (now amended to be the fight, flight, or freeze response) is our body’s way of helping us confront dangers and other stressful situations. Although this response has been...



How Teachers Can Protect Their Mental Health This School Year

How Teachers Can Protect Their Mental Health This School Year

As a teacher, you’re always looking out for others: your students, your students’ families, and your whole educational community. It’s also important that you look out for your own mental health. Protecting teacher mental health is good for both...



Using Sensory Objects to Teach Mindfulness and Help Students Stay Calm

Using Sensory Objects to Teach Mindfulness and Help Students Stay Calm

If you’ve been working with children for the past five years, then you’re undoubtedly very familiar with fidget spinners. These small toys were the source of many children’s joy 一 and many teachers’ frustrations 一 a few years ago.



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