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Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation

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Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation: Trauma-Invested Practices for Fostering Resilient Learners

In this stirring follow-up to the award-winning Fostering Resilient Learners, Kristin Van Marter Souers and Pete Hall take you to the next level of trauma-invested practice. To get there, they explain, educators need to build a “nest”—a positive learning environment shaped by three new Rs of education: relationship, responsibility, and regulation.

Drawing from their extensive experience working with schools, students, and families throughout the country, the authors:

  • Explain how to create a culture of safety in which everyone feels valued, important, and capable of learning.
  • Describe the four areas of need—emotional, relational, physical, and control—that drive student behaviours and show how to meet these needs with interventions framed around the new three Rs.
  • Illustrate trauma-invested practices in action through real scenarios that identify students’ unmet needs, examine the situation from five stakeholder perspectives, and suggest interventions to support students and their families.
  • Offer opportunities to challenge your beliefs and develop deeper and different ways of thinking about your role in your students’ lives.

Educators have a unique opportunity to influence students’ learning, attitudes, and futures. This book will invigorate your practice and equip you to empower those you serve—whatever their personal histories.

SKU: 031118 - 11 Category: Ages: Adult Author: Kristen Van Mater Souers and Pete Hall Illustrator: Publisher: ASCD Page count: 206 Edition: ISBN: 9781416626855 Publish date: 43464 Language: English

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Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation: Trauma-Invested Practices for Fostering Resilient Learners

In this stirring follow-up to the award-winning Fostering Resilient Learners, Kristin Van Marter Souers and Pete Hall take you to the next level of trauma-invested practice. To get there, they explain, educators need to build a “nest”—a positive learning environment shaped by three new Rs of education: relationship, responsibility, and regulation.

Drawing from their extensive experience working with schools, students, and families throughout the country, the authors:

  • Explain how to create a culture of safety in which everyone feels valued, important, and capable of learning.
  • Describe the four areas of need—emotional, relational, physical, and control—that drive student behaviours and show how to meet these needs with interventions framed around the new three Rs.
  • Illustrate trauma-invested practices in action through real scenarios that identify students’ unmet needs, examine the situation from five stakeholder perspectives, and suggest interventions to support students and their families.
  • Offer opportunities to challenge your beliefs and develop deeper and different ways of thinking about your role in your students’ lives.

Educators have a unique opportunity to influence students’ learning, attitudes, and futures. This book will invigorate your practice and equip you to empower those you serve—whatever their personal histories.