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Trauma-informed teachers need trauma-informed administrators

Trauma-informed teachers need trauma-informed school leaders.

Teachers need support in order to support their students.

A trauma-informed school isn’t a collection of individual classrooms implementing a series of unconnected strategies. 923 more words

Trauma-informed Teaching

Workplace Bullying in Schools: Teachers Speak Out

Today’s blogger is Amy Orange, an Assistant Professor at University of Houston–Clear Lake, whose recently published article Workplace Bullying in Schools: Teachers’ Perceptions of Why They Were Mistreated… 531 more words

Current Events

After the First Day, Now What? (Repost)

By now, most of you have experienced the first day, first weeks of school. You have arranged your classroom to maximize student engagement and participation, you have worked to build relationships with your students, and you have established the norms and expectations of the school and your classroom. 550 more words

New Teachers

6 Reasons Why Your First Year is Your Best Year

Welcome to our TWU New Teachers community and to the 2018-2019 school year! Some of you are fresh-off-the-boat, so-to-speak and are beginning your first year of teaching. 682 more words

New Teachers

New Teacher Goals for the New Year

You may remember back in August during the first TWU New Teachers blog post, it was recommended that you take some time to make goals for your own professional growth throughout the year. 1,650 more words

New Teachers

THRIVE! 2018-Are You Ready?

Happy New Year!

Who is ready to have an amazing year in 2018? I have created a new wellness program for teachers called THRIVE! You can join in from anywhere in the world and best of all it’s FREE because it’s my pilot ‘beta’ program I want to roll out officially in August 2018. 345 more words

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