Book Title: Trauma Informed Behaviour Support: A Practical Guide to Developing Resilient Learners

Authors: Kay Ayre and Govind Krishnamoorthy

Book Description: Trauma Informed Behaviour Support: A Practical Guide to Developing Resilient Learners guides educators working with primary school aged children to understand trauma as well as its impact on young children's brains, behaviour, learning, and development. The book provides a novel framework of practice – drawing on contemporary theories of developmental trauma and evidence-based practices of positive behaviour support. Practical strategies and tools are offered for educators to use to create strength-based environments that support children's recovery, resiliency and learning. Educators are introduced to the systemic impacts of traumatic stress and are provided with trauma-informed practices that they can use to support workforce development that enhance the quality of pedagogical practices, while promoting the safety and care of the school community.

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Kay Ayre and Govind Krishnamoorthy

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Education

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Title
Trauma Informed Behaviour Support: A Practical Guide to Developing Resilient Learners
Authors
Kay Ayre and Govind Krishnamoorthy
Editor
Nikki Andersen
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National Scientific Council on the Developing Child. (2014). Excessive stress disrupts the architecture of the developing brain (Working Paper 3). Retrieved from http://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/reports_and_working_papers/working_papers/w p3/.

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network. (2014). Trauma types. Retrieved from https://www.nctsn.org/.

Sorrels, B. (2015). Reaching and teaching children exposed to trauma. Lewisville, NC: Gryphon House, Inc.

Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning. (2020). What is SEL? Retrieved from https://casel.org/what-is-sel/.

 

 

Primary Subject
Education
Additional Subject(s)
Trauma & shock, Psychology
Publisher
University of Southern Queensland
Publication Date
November 25, 2020
Ebook ISBN
978-0-6487698-3-5