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67 | Consult Call: PBS in Practice

4/23/2018
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In this coaching call, we speak with 'Vicky' - a special education teacher . The call follows a structured enquiry process that aims to work collaboratively with teachers to generate ideas for interventions and strategies. If you would like to book in for a coaching call for yourself, visit www.tipbs.com and register your details.

Duration:00:56:18

66 | Spotlight: Fall Hamilton Elementary

4/23/2018
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Adverse childhood experiences - including child abuse and neglect - is a national issue. So how do we combat the impact of these events on students? We speak with Mathew Portell from Fall-Hamilton Elementary. Mathew is an educator and principal of Fall-Hamilton Elementary - whose leadership has focused on meeting the complex needs of all students. While building the structure of supports around developing a trauma-sensitive approach, the school has seen great successes with academics, social...

Duration:01:00:29

Spotlight: Crocker College Prep

4/3/2018
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For some school leaders, taking on school wide trauma informed practice can seem like a daunting task. One that requires an investment of resources including time and money. But is the approach actually effective? In this episode, we speak with Nicole Boykins and Rochelle Gauthier form Crocker College Prep in New Orleans in the United States. The trauma informed practices of Crocker College prep have been internationally recognised and featured in various news outlets, including the...

Duration:00:53:32

64 | Books to Foster Resilience

2/26/2018
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We review the article ‘‘Using books to foster resilience in young children" by Karen Petty from the Texas Women's University. The paper offers practical insights into choosing and using story-books to build social emotional skills and resilience. Reference: Petty, K. (2012). Using books to foster resilience in young children. Texas Child Care Quarterly. Fall.

Duration:00:14:04

Teaching Students with Reactive Attachment Disorders with Nicola Marshall

2/11/2018
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What do you do when your students don’t trust you? For children who have experienced abuse and neglect, forming trusting attachments to adults and peers can be a challenge. In an effort to not be abused or taken advantage of again, these children develop coping strategies that take the form of attachment disorders - an inability to form meaningful relationships. So how do you teach these children?Today we speak with Nicola Marshall. Nicola is a educator and the founder of the Bravehearts...

Duration:01:12:42

61 | How does childhood trauma impact learning?

1/29/2018
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In this episode, we answer a commonly asked question about trauma informed practice in schools - How does childhood trauma impact learning? To learn more about the trauma informed positive behaviour support program, please visit www.tipbs.com

Duration:00:03:51

60 | Promoting Language Development

1/21/2018
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We review the article ‘‘The influence of maltreatment history and out-of-home care on children’s language and social skills’. Written by Jarrad Lum and colleagues from the Deakin University. The paper offers practical insights into strategies to promote language development in students. Reference: Lum, J. A., Powell, M., & Snow, P. C. (2018). The influence of maltreatment history and out-of-home-care on children’s language and social skills. Child abuse & neglect, 76, 65-74.

Duration:00:12:17

59 | How does childhood trauma impact the behavior?

1/15/2018
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In this episode, we answer a commonly asked question about trauma informed practice in schools - How does childhood trauma impact behavior? To learn more about the trauma informed positive behaviour support program, please visit www.tipbs.com

Duration:00:04:14

56 | Coaching Call: Supporting Trauma and Disability

12/18/2017
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In this coaching call, we speak with 'Helen' - a special education teacher . The call follows a structured enquiry process that aims to work collaboratively with teachers to generate ideas for interventions and strategies. If you would like to book in for a coaching call for yourself, visit www.tipbs.com and register your details.

Duration:01:08:49

53 | Inclusion and Child Trauma with Nicole Eredics

11/27/2017
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There are greater numbers of students with disabilities receiving their education in general education classrooms. But is inclusion just a good idea - a feel-good, pie in the sky theory that does not translate into the real world of schools and classrooms? Today we speak with Nicole Eredics from The Inclusive Classroom. Nicole is the author of the book, ‘Inclusion in Action - practical strategies to modify your curriculum’. The book provides 40 specific, teacher-tested strategies to modify...

Duration:01:19:04

52 | How Relationships Build and Rebuild Brains

11/21/2017
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In this series, we review the book, 'The Social Neuroscience of Education' by Louis Cozolino. In the Introduction and Chapter 3, we explore the question: how can student-teacher relationships reshape the brains of students? Listen to learn more about research changing the way we think about social-emotional skills and supportive relationships. www.tipbs.com

Duration:00:27:54

51 | How Does Childhood Trauma Impact Memory?

11/6/2017
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In this episode, we answer a commonly asked question about trauma informed practice in schools - How does childhood trauma impact memory? To learn more about the trauma informed positive behaviour support program, please visit www.tipbs.com

Duration:00:07:35

50 | Supercharge Learning with Social Emotional Skills with Maurice Elias

10/27/2017
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In this episode, we interview Professor Maurice Elias Professor Maurice Elias works at the Department of Psychology at the Rutgers School of Arts and Science in Piscataway, New Jersey. Over several years, Professor Elias has worked in the field of prevention, school-based preventive intervention, and social competence promotion. He was integral in setting up the Rutgers Social-Emotional and Character Development Lab. The Lab is dedicated to conducting action-research in public, private,...

Duration:00:55:02

49 | How Does Childhood Trauma Disrupt Learning by Impacting the Body?

10/26/2017
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In this episode, we answer a commonly asked question about trauma informed practice in schools - How does childhood trauma disrupt learning by impacting the body? To learn more about the trauma informed positive behaviour support program, please visit www.tipbs.com

Duration:00:07:49

48 | On Being A Trauma Informed Teacher with Erik Gordon

10/15/2017
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In this episode, we interview Erik Gordon, a science teacher from Lincoln High School in Walla Walla, Washington. Erik explains how the school has adopted a trauma-informed approach to curriculum development and disciplinary practices. So much has been said and written about being trauma informed, but what does this look like in practice? Listen to Erik's inspirational and practical insights into implementing trauma informed strategies in a high school environment. To check the show notes...

Duration:01:09:05

47 | Coaching Call: Using Student Strengths

10/15/2017
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In this coaching call, we speak with 'Anne' - a special education teacher from Alabama, US. The call follows a structured enquiry process that aims to work collaboratively with teachers to generate ideas for interventions and strategies. If you would like to book in for a coaching call for yourself, visit www.tipbs.com and register your details.

Duration:01:12:30

46 | How Brains Learn

10/11/2017
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In this series, we review the book, 'The Social Neuroscience of Education' by Louis Cozolino. In the Introduction and Chapter 2, we explore the question: how do brain learn? Listen to learn more about the parts of the brain that are vital to learning and why understanding the inner workings of the brain is vital for all educators. www.tipbs.com

Duration:00:26:06

45 | How does Childhood Trauma Impact the Brain?

9/27/2017
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In this episode, we answer a commonly asked question about trauma informed practice in schools - How does childhood trauma impact the brain? To learn more about the trauma informed positive behaviour support program, please visit www.tipbs.com

Duration:00:05:54

44 | The Social Neuroscience of Education

9/27/2017
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In this series, we review the book, 'The Social Neuroscience of Education' by Louis Cozolino. In the Introduction and Chapter 1, we explore the question: do the educational paradigms of our schools match our scientific understanding of learning in the brain? Listen to learn more about how relationships can be a powerful tool in promoting learning and growth in students. www.tipbs.com

Duration:00:23:33

43 | Self-Awareness and Trauma Support with Guy Macpherson

9/26/2017
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In this episode, we interview Dr. Guy Macpherson. Dr. Macpherson is a psychologist specializing in the treatment of trauma and early psychosis. Over the last several years, Guy has dedicated himself to the study of trauma psychology, trauma therapy, post-traumatic growth, and most recently, the intersection of trauma and psychosis, specifically the signs of early psychosis.Guy is the host of the Trauma Therapist Podcast, which brings together seasoned professionals in the fields of trauma,...

Duration:00:56:50

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