SOREN Summit: Ricky's Robertson's "A Schoolwide Approach to Trauma-Informed Behavioral & Social-Emot

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In this in-person workshop, renowned educator, consultant, coach and author Ricky Robertson will deepen participants' understanding of trauma-informed behaviors, social-emotional supports and restorative practices as well as introduce strategies for implementation of the principles and practices in the classroom and schoolwide.

Topics covered include:

Schoolwide Trauma-Responsive Practices (Tier 1)
A trauma-informed approach is a schoolwide approach to supporting the social-emotional and behavioral needs of all students, especially those impacted by ACEs and trauma. In this virtual workshop, we will explore student behavior as a form of communication and develop classroom-based and schoolwide strategies to support students. Participants will deepen their understanding of relationship-based teaching and acquire skills to foster safety, trust, and belonging in their classrooms and schools. They will be introduced to strategies that support students’ abilities to communicate, problem-solve, regulate, and develop a sense of accountability and hope.
 
Trauma-Informed Social Emotional Learning
Social-emotional learning is a critical component of quality core instruction. To truly have an impact, social-emotional competencies must be integrated into daily classroom routines and management. Students’ social-emotional outcomes improve when they see healthy behaviors regularly modeled, practiced, and reinforced. In this session, participants will develop a plan for integrating culturally responsive and trauma-informed social-emotional learning competencies into their curriculum and instruction.
 
Trauma-Informed Restorative Practices
Trauma-informed schools respond to conflict in ways that build trust and accountability. In this virtual workshop, participants will be introduced to the fundamental principles of Restorative Practices. Participants will be introduced to Tier 1 community building circles for both staff and students. Then we will explore the core principles of Restorative Practices and some useful tools to engage in restorative dialogue and problem-solving. Participants will consider next steps for integrating these principles and practices into their classrooms and schools.
 
**** All participants will receive a FREE copy of Ricky Robertson's "Building Resilience in Students Impacted by Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Whole-Staff Approach." ****

About Ricky Robertson: I am an educator, author, and consultant who has worked with alternative and traditional schools, serving students from grades preK-12 within urban, suburban, and semi-rural communities. I provide coaching, consultation, and multi-day professional development workshops to build systems of support for students impacted by Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and trauma, and the educators who work with them. I have a background in Restorative Justice/Practices, culturally responsive teaching, LGBTQ+ student advocacy, and trauma-informed practices for teaching and behavior management. 
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Klamath Community College


Interdisciplinary

SOREN ssa summit24

Free to all educators within SOESD component districts

Forest Evergreen
15417768590 x1143
forest_evergreen@soesd.k12.or.us

Session Information

Start: Tuesday August 6th, 2024 at 09:00 am
End: Tuesday August 6th, 2024 at 04:00 pm
PDUs: 6.00
Instructor: Ricky Robertson
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