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Thursday, February 13 • 12:10pm - 1:25pm
Classroom Practices to Support the Traumatized Brain

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In this session, teachers will learn how adverse experiences, such as trauma or neglect, impact brain organization. This session has been designed for teachers in any type of classroom to enhance their practices to support all students. Teachers will develop their understanding of what they can do to help regulate and relate to students while continuing to focus on academic growth. Concrete strategies that teachers can implement in their individual settings will be provided throughout the session.

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Karen Sabourin

Teacher, Edmonton Public Schools
Karen Sabourin has been teaching with Edmonton Public Schools since 2010. In 2013 she moved to London, England and attained a Master's Degree in Special and Inclusive Education. In 2018, Karen became a certified trainer in the Neurosequential Model in Education, developed by Dr. Bruce... Read More →


Thursday February 13, 2020 12:10pm - 1:25pm
Salon 15/ 16