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Opinion: An urban teacher’s response to the suburban school shootings

by Zachary Wright commentary

Panel says teachers aren't prepared to deal with trauma in children


Discipline that's designed to be a learning experience


Part 3: Giving students the tools they need to succeed

“Strength doesn’t come from what you can do. It comes from overcoming the things you couldn’t.”


Dogs provide a calming presence at trauma-informed school


Part 2: At this school, it's personal

Pep talks, "brain breaks," and morning exercise are among the ways that Lakeside differs from traditional schools.

by Paul Jablow, video by Melania Bavaria

The science behind trauma-informed education


Introduction: Here we're not outcasts

A look inside a local school where trauma-informed teaching techniques are leading to success, even for the students who have failed time and time again.

by Paul Jablow, video by Melanie Bavaria

Part 1: Coping with students who can't cope with school

Lakeside School uses brain science to reach students affected by trauma.

by Paul Jablow, video by Melania Bavaria

Explaining behavior: Professionals seek to address students' trauma

The fields of education, medicine, juvenile justice, and mental health were represented at the three-day meeting last week at Philadelphia University.

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