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Behavior Challenges in the 2021-22 School Year 

 Students are returning to school this fall carrying stressors unlike any they’ve ever experienced. The combined impacts of 18 months of a global pandemic, socio-political pressures, the increased reliance on electronics, and the already staggeringly high levels of trauma and adversity in K-12 students, all lead to chronic stress and increased levels of dysregulation. Use this guide for helpful strategies to address behavior challenges ahead.

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PD for Mental Health, SEL Behavior and Trauma-Informed Practices: Historic Levels of Funding

The pandemic, economic instability, racial unrest, and isolation are taking a toll on students’ well-being, which impacts their ability to learn and their overall academic performance. Now, more than ever, social-emotional learning support and trauma-informed practices are essential to ensure the success of every student. Educators need professional development and resources that prepare them to handle these challenges effectively. Fortunately, unprecedented levels of funding are available to help schools and districts address these challenges. This document outlines different funding sources, including ESSER, Title Funds and more, that can be used to support your district’s efforts.

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Trauma Informed Schools: The Foundation of Well-Being

A trauma-informed culture creates the foundation for staff wellness, and academic and social-emotional success. Download this great tool to guide your planning for next school year.

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5 Steps to Help Paraeducators Think Differently About Challenging Behavior

Paraeducators play a crucial role in the education of students, including those most in need of additional support. On the front lines every day managing challenging student behavior, these educators often do not often receive PD to fully understand the cause of challenging behavior or how to address it.

This guide outlines professional development that is centered on five mindset shifts that can help your paraeducators think differently about challenging behavior and how to more effectively support all students.

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What Makes an Effective Paraprofessional?

Paraprofessionals play a critical role in our schools, supporting students with challenging behavior, yet rarely receive sufficient training. Our latest downloadable poster features the 8 key skills paraprofessionals should possess to be most effective with students, and can guide your training efforts.

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3 Steps to Help a Student Regulate

This poster is a great reminder of not only the importance of regulation, but the adult’s role in helping students become regulated and ready to learn.

3 Steps to Help a Student Regulate Poster

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Trauma Informed Schools
During COVID-19

Our latest infographic features information, ideas, and research-based best practices to use to apply a trauma-informed approach, both in-person and via distance learning.

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SHIFTING MINDSETS: Training Paraeducators to Think Differently About Challenging Behavior

Why do school districts continue to put paraeducators in positions to support students with challenging behaviors and provide little to no training in best practice behavior strategies? This guide focuses on the most critical topics for paraeducator training.

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BETTER TOGETHER: A Trauma Informed Approach to Social and Emotional Learning

Although they are commonly thought of as two separate intiatives it is worthwhile to ask the question, “Can Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and trauma informed practices support student growth more effectively when they are implemented together?” We think the answer is yes!

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