ENSURE THAT YOUR MOST VULNERABLE STUDENTS STAY CONNECTED AND LEARNING
Join Achieve 3000 and Dr. Sandy Addis, Chairman at the National Dropout Prevention Center, on September 9th, 1 pm (MDT), as he shares the latest research on the critical link between building capacity as a Trauma-Skilled School and building literacy capacity for all students.
Learn how to incorporate trauma-informed instruction into your remote and distance learning plans to ensure your most vulnerable students stay connected and learning while they are in school and at home.
Dr. Addis will share an overview of the need for trauma skills in our current climate, key district-level priorities, and best practices for creating a culture that supports the success of trauma-impacted students.
The webinar is sponsored by Achieve 3000 and registration is at edWeb.net Trauma-Informed Skills. You can also sign up to receive the webinar recording and a CE certificate for listening to the webinar.