The professional development of educators is crucial in creating a safe and supportive environment for students. Trauma-informed practices, teaching with the brain in mind, and crisis prevention intervention strategies are tools that can equip teachers to respond with compassion and competence to students who come from varied backgrounds. Classroom instruction that supports neurodivergent students and increases positive behavior are other essential components of the educator's toolkit. By cultivating and applying these skills, educators can create an inclusive environment where all students feel valued and supported.
Professional Development Training
Trauma-Informed Teaching Practices
This training focuses on understanding the impact of trauma on students, developing sensitivity to trauma triggers, building trust and rapport with students, creating safe and supportive learning environments, and implementing trauma-sensitive policies and practices.
Teaching With The Brain In Mind
This training highlights the importance of understanding how the brain works and how to leverage this knowledge in the classroom. Teachers will learn about key areas including attention, memory, and motivation, and ways to support students with diverse learning styles.
Crisis Prevention Intervention Strategies
This training is designed to equip educators with the skills and knowledge needed to navigate a crisis and manage violent or disruptive behavior in students. The program covers topics such as de-escalation techniques and
Offering a variety of options for educator professional development, including in-person, virtual, and pre-recorded training sessions based on needs.
Sessions are typically 1-2 hours in length and can be adapted based on school-specific needs on a case-by-case basis to support educator and student needs.
Please schedule a complementary consultation with Adia to learn more about current training availability and pricing details.