Spring 2019: April 15 - May 3rd online, webinar on April 30th at 7pm

Cost: $100


This is an online event. 



Laura Thomas 
Antioch University New England 

Book study: Fostering Resilient Learners 

This book study is ideal as a next step after the Trauma Toolbox workshop to dig deeper into how to address trauma in schools, but can also be taken as an introduction to Trauma-Conscious Teaching. Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom by Kristin Souers and Pete Hall is action-focused, covers major concepts in clear ways, and offers opportunities for reflection and connection. 

Book study format: 3 weeks, approximately 50-70 pages of reading per week. Asynchronous discussion online with 1 “live” Q&A webinar on April 30 from 7:00-8:00 pm EDT. Participants can expect to complete the book study with a better understanding of trauma, learning, and how self-awareness impacts our practice.

About the instructor:

Alex Shevrin Venet is a teacher educator through   Antioch University New England and Castleton   Center for Schools, and an instructor at the   Community College of Vermont. She is a former   school leader at an alternative therapeutic   school, where she supported youth affected by trauma, poverty, and other adverse life experiences. She believes that all students need a safe and caring school environment and that we create this environment through  unconditional positive regard for the person and conditional response to the  behaviors, recognizing the dynamic and complex lives of our students.


This event fulfills Competency 1,2, and 4 of  theTrauma-Conscious Teaching Microcredential