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3 Steps to Addressing Trauma Returning from The Pandemic with Dr. Michael Gaskell

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Students, especially those with challenges are at a greater risk as they return to schools this year. In many instances, students have not seen a school building in greater than half a year. Being prepared for and anticipating these challenges are not only a good idea, they are crucial to the long-term social emotional learning development and wellness of our children. Outlined in this presentation are three steps every educator can take to ensure children are best supported and equipped with this significant transition. The presentation will lay out replicable groundwork all schools and educators can take now to maximize the support and success of all students, and especially those at greatest risk.


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