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Relationships and Family Culture  5  1  4  2  3
DOM A IN 1  DOMAIN 1  Relationships and Family Culture  D O M A I N 1   R E L A T I O N S H I P S A N D F A M I LY C U L T...
R E L AT I O N S H I P S A N D FA M I LY C U LT U R E  1   Family Culture   2   Teacher-Student Relationship   3   Student...
DOM A IN 1  DOMAIN 1  Relationships and Family Culture  A  s human beings, we are social creatures. When we are connected,...
When families are overly stressed or when there are patterns of trauma or even singular incidents of trauma in a child   s...
DOM A IN 1  for the whole child   s development, everyone wins. It takes expanding our perspective to see the school class...
students will not be judged or bullied. It becomes a place where students are free to define their own identities   where ...
EXERCISE  Getting into the Shoes of Billy  Reflective Questions 1  Family Culture      Do I feel like I belong       Do I ...
5  1  4  2  3  Regulation
DOM A IN 2  DOMAIN 2  Regulation  D O M A I N 2   R E G U L AT I O N  49
R EGUL AT ION  5   Physical Environment   6   Universal Proactive Supports   7   Transitional Support   8   Individual Int...
DOMAIN 2  Regulation DOM A IN 2  R  elationships are the backbone of a trauma-informed platform because most  trauma happe...
Trauma interrupts this linear progression of developing a strong and self-sustained regulatory system. When adults are una...
DOM A IN 2  of balance that creating an external environment of harmony and balance becomes of great importance to self-re...
When looking at the organization of the classroom, papers should be put away and in their proper places. Bins should be la...
DOM A IN 2  certified covers are best, and all changes should first be approved by the school administrator s  to comply w...
Figure 2.5. A variety of seating options from different classrooms.  56  CL A SSRO O M18 0
need to be well organized to give the classroom the feeling of order and stability. Figure 2.5 shows a variety of seating ...
calming strategies can be placed in a calm corner. Students who go into flight mode often want to crawl under their desks ...
DOM A IN 2  nervous systems. Music free of lyrics  classical music, drumming, instrumentals, New Age ambient music, and ot...
5  1  4  2  3 Language of Trauma
DOMAIN 3  DOMAIN 3  Language of Trauma  DOMAI N 3   L ANGUAGE OF TR AUMA  113
LANGUAGE OF TR AUMA   12   Communication Shift     13   Right-Brain to Right-Brain De-Escalation     14   Affect Tolerance...
DOMAIN 3  Language of Trauma  T  rauma changes how students perceive themselves and how they perceive themselves          ...
12  Communication Shift  Our students communicate with us all the time   whether in appropriate or inappropriate ways   bo...
his deeper truths, nor does he desire to be vulnerable enough to share them. What he is really saying here is  I don   t k...
Understand the Lens of Fear When communicating with students impacted by trauma, it is imperative to understand how their ...
                               Puts his hoodie over his head Scribbles on a piece of paper instead of taking notes Avoids ...
Table 3.2. Traditional versus trauma-informed interpretation of Billy   s comments  Interpreting through the Lens of Fear ...
DOMAIN 3  Take Mindful Steps Before Responding The mindfulness movement has been a great complement to the trauma-informed...
The seven steps listed in Table 3.3 may seem complex and time-consuming at first. However, the more they are practiced and...
and survival. Putting this knowledge into action, it becomes clear that when a student is operating from his right hemisph...