Even amazing educators struggle to be effective when students aren’t ready to learn. Neuroscience can help us understand what is happening for educators and students in moments of dysregulation. Recognizing when students are not in the higher regions of their brains, allows educators to have appropriate expectations in these moments. A vital understanding, as many interventions meant to support students, end up escalating them. Join this comprehension program to explore the following topics.
- Identifying the right strategy at the right time; understanding why something might work in one moment and not another.
- Preparing students’ brains to learn, circumventing further escalation.
- Strengthening your ability to help students grow their capacity for dealing with stress and challenges.
- Learning critical classroom strategies for working with students during varying states of arousal.
These insights help guide us in knowing when and how to intervene to support ourselves and students in managing daily challenges. Come discover the many facets of supporting trauma-informed, inclusive, social-emotional practices, leading to sustainable growth.
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Understanding and Recognizing Brain States
Nervous System Symptoms and Regulation Strategies in the Classroom
Teaching Self-Regulation & Interoception Skills
SR Skills How-To and Why Template
Nervous System and Behavior Pathways
Classroom Learning Tool Resources