The Moment

Supporting Social and Emotional Safety in the Classroom

Traumatic stress can have long-term health effects on developing brains and, in response, districts across the United States are acknowledging the role that trauma plays in students’ achievement opportunities. But how well are districts defining trauma? And how well do educators understand what it really means to practice trauma-informed pedagogy? These LFJ resources can help educators learn how to recognize the signs of trauma, better understand the causes of trauma, and take steps to establish social and emotional safety in the classroom.

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Supporting Students Through Coronavirus

Explore and use these resources to support student well-being and learning during school closures, and we will keep this page updated as we publish new pieces. 

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Learning for Justice offers affordable professional development workshops for current K-12 classroom teachers, administrators and counselors, and for anyone who coaches classroom teachers and administrators. Explore the schedule and register today—space is limited!

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