Using the Trauma-Informed Positive Education Model in Secondary Special Education Classrooms June 3, 2024 at 2:45 pm

The research used to support this presentation is a combination of empirical articles and research and the results of my dissertation. My dissertation was a qualitative descriptive design study that provided teachers with information on the Trauma-Informed Positive Education model created by Brunzell and his team of researchers in Australia. My study provided information on how to effectively implement these strategies within a secondary special education classroom as well as ways that school administration can support this implementation.

Key Learning Outcomes

1. Participants will learn and practice strategies to support students with self-regulation, forming positive relationships with others, and developing a positive mindset.
2. Participants will gain knowledge of what is needed to effectively implement these strategies with students in their classroom.
3. Participants will create an action plan of what they will do to begin to implement the strategies to support students in their classroom.

Speaker(s)

Swan
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