Course 4: Trauma-Skilled Schools Management Skills for Educators

Step 3 of the Trauma-Skilled Schools Model develops individual skills that can be used to respond to the effects of chronic stress and trauma. Categorized as skills related to Prevention, Intervention, Recovery, and Referral, the course covers preventing negative manifestations, intervention techniques and identification of danger zones, basic de-escalation, and the use internal and external referral resources.

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Introduction
Introduction by Dr. Addis
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Select the "View Video" button to begin. Watch this introduction to the third step in the Trauma-Skilled Schools Model by Dr. Addis.
John Gailer Introduces Step Three
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Select the "View Video" button to begin. Watch this clip from the 1st Annual Trauma-Skilled Schools Conference where John Gailer, the Assistant Director for Outreach and Events at the National Dropout Prevention Center, explains skill acquisition and Step Three of the Trauma-Skilled Schools Model.
Intro Quiz
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4 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  4/4 points to pass
A paragraph from Improving School Outcomes For Trauma-Impacted Students
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Tim McGowan Explains Importance and Urgency
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Prevention
On Prevention
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View lesson to continue Preventing the negative impact of trauma on learning and behavior.
Regulating/Grounding Activities
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Dr. Kathie Greer Explains Prevention
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Prevention Quiz
2 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  11/11 points to pass
2 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  11/11 points to pass
Prevention Questions
5 Questions
Intervention
On Intervention
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Dr. Kathie Greer Explains Intervention
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Intervention Quiz
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3 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  3/3 points to pass
CALM Summary
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Recovery
On Recovery
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View lesson to continue Recovery: Facilitating quick and positive student recovery when incidents occur.
On Referral
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View lesson to continue Referral: Facilitating referral to treatment when needed.
Tim McGowan Talks About His Work with Referral
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Select the "View Video" button to begin. Skilled Faculty Member, talk about his work combating suicide contagions in schools and how to create a robust school culture that thrives on strong referral systems.
Referral Questions
3 Questions
A Culture of Referral
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View lesson to continue When it becomes apparent that a student may need additional help or if a traumatic event is shared, the Trauma‚ÄźSkilled Schools Model recommends referral and sometimes that means reporting as well.
Conclusion
The Importance of These Steps
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Dr. Sandy Addis Final Remarks
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Certificate
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Resources
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
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RENEW (Rehabilitation for Empowerment, Natural Supports, Education and Work)
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Reconnection Services - Portland Public Schools
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Reconnecting Youth
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Ripple Effects Whole Spectrum Intervention System
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Improving School Outcomes For Trauma-Impacted Students
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