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Societal Trauma and Social Fatigue: Trauma-Informed Care Strategies for You and Your Students

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March 25, 2021
One-hour PD Credit
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Join Cara-Leigh Battaglia and Share My Lesson for this important webinar on the impact of trauma during the pandemic, how to cope and how to help our students cope.

Thursday, March 25, 2021
Now Available on Demand

Trauma-informed care in education was hard enough when life was 'normal'. Now, when we have experienced societal trauma and major long-term life changes, how do we cope and help our students cope?

In a polarized environment of pandemics, political and social fatigue, and long-term change, we need, more than ever, strategies to tap into as individuals and teams that help us recognize and respond to trauma as individuals, educators and as a society. Recognizing an responding to the societal trauma we have collectively endured and the impacts it has had on us and our students is critical. Learn to recognize and respond personally and professionally to the new world in which we are all living, and relate it to what we know about trauma-informed care.

#7 Webinar of 2021

Earn Professional Development Credit

Available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

Share My Lesson is now a New York State Education Department-approved provider for Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) requirements. Step 1: Upon completion of the Share My Lesson webinar, download your PD certificate of completion. Step 2: Complete CTLE certificate. Step 3: Send both your CTLE certificate AND Share My Lesson PD certificate of completion to [email protected].

Professional Credit

One-hour PD Credit


2 Reviews
Right on target for what we need today. Thank you,
March 25, 2021
Such a positive perspective of a bad current time and time of the future.
March 25, 2021