9/19/19 – Teaching Kids of Trauma – Bethany Hill (@bethhill2829)

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#Mastery Chat Questions for Thursday, September 19th, 2019

Topic: Misbehaving or Misunderstood? Teaching Kids of Trauma
Moderator: Bethany Hill (@bethhill2829)

Questions

(8:00 ET) Intro/Welcome: Welcome to #Masterychat! Introduce yourself and let us know where you’re from and what you teach.

(8:05 ET) Q1 Kids of trauma often exhibit extreme behaviors. How can we increase the level of collective efficacy in our influence within the school so kids have a team of support? #MasteryChat

(8:10 ET) Q2  How can we accommodate students who do not come to school ready to learn? #MasteryChat

(8:20 ET) Q3 Many students exhibit lack of executive functioning, which can lead to outbursts. How can we support development of executive functioning by embedding it into our daily instruction and routines?  #MasteryChat

(8:30 ET) Q4  Self regulation is directly related to success. In what ways can we support students with strategies that will empower them to regulate their emotions, while remaining calm ourselves? #MasteryChat

(8:40 ET) Q5 Misbehavior often means a student is attempting to get something, communicate something, or lacking a skill. In what ways can we learn more about our students that will help us support students with socially acceptable communication? #MasteryChat

(8:45 ET) Q6 We all have students who have been through so much and don’t come to school ready to learn. How can we balance a culture of high expectations, empathy, and acceptance for all kids? #MasteryChat

(8:50 ET) Q7 Educators often experience vicarious trauma when working closely with students and families. Share ways we can be mindful of self care that will help us manage our own emotions that are tied to students’ trauma. #MasteryChat

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