Trauma and its Effect on Learning Part IV: Avoiding Second-Hand Trauma Exposure

This week is the final BYTE of the four-part series related to trauma informed teaching practices. Part four is a review of the literature and high impact methods to avoid second-hand trauma stress exposure when working with those who are trauma-affected, learners or otherwise.  The learning objectives for these pieces include:

  1. Define trauma, describe its pervasiveness, and explain the effects on learning and development.
  2. Recognize signs of trauma in our students.
  3. Apply teaching practices to work effectively with those experiencing trauma.
  4. Develop competencies to avoid secondary traumatic stress when working with trauma-affected learners. 

Read the final post here: https://nmu.edu/online/online-byte-week-vol-2#2-8

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