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THE CONNECTED KIDS & DR. BARBARA SORRELS
FELLOWSHIP IN TRAUMA-RESPONSIVE EDUCATION

Effecting change and bringing hope and healing to teachers and children

Trauma-responsive practice for classroom teachers

Understanding the impact of trauma on development systems and the implications for classroom practice

Future dates will be announced soon.

WHO IS IT FOR:

Preschool & Elementary-level educators and principals

WHEN:

A Summer Co-hort will begin the year long training on

July 15 to 19 - FULL

 

            

THE EXPERIENCE:

Continuous connections to the everyday classroom and the real issues educators face daily.

Case studies, vignettes, play plans, whole group/mini/small group lessons, anxiety balls, and more!

PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN TO:
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the core principles of child development and the impact of trauma on the physical, social/emotional and cognitive domains of development.

  • Understand their own developmental history and how it impacts day-to-day functioning in the classroom.

  • Have a plan for personal growth and self-care.

  • Design and implement a plan for creating a trauma-responsive classroom that includes environmental. preventative and in-the-moment strategies.

  • Develop and implement a toolbox of strategies for responsding to behavior challenges.

CORE KNOWLEDGE:
  • Principles of Brain Development       

  • The Attachment Process

  • The Cognitive Impact of Trauma

  • Self-Regulation and Executive Function

  • Teachers as Agents of Change

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REQUIREMENTS & FEES

REQUIREMENTS
 

  • Schools teams & principal participation to ensure in-house support and accountability to new learning.

  • Acceptance into Fellowship program is by recommendation and application.

FEES
 

  • $1,500 per educator/year

  • $750 per principal/school

  • Your check is your reservation.

 
 

BY APPLYING, YOU CONFIRM YOUR COMMITMENT TO THE FOLLOWING:

  1. A multi-day Intensive with the entire co-hort (Week in Summer or weekend during school year).

  2. Pre and post assessments with Dr. Sorrels.

  3. Small group hour-long phone calls for my personal development.

  4. 2 additional 1-day residencies with my entire co-hort.

  5. Hour-long webinars to develop problem solving skills (viewed a-synchronously).

  6. Completion of a final project including a presentation to the entire co-hort.

FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION
Please indicate your preferred dates:
Under Graduate Degree:
Master's Degree:
ABOUT US

Connected Kids is dedicated to helping educators and advocates understand and nurture children in crisis. Through innovative training programs we provide education with hands-on application on child development and trauma. 

CONTACT

918-951-0738

10026-A South Mingo Rd #279

Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133

contact@connectedkids.org

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