F.A.I.L. - First Attempt in Learning
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have begun researching the links between childhood experiences and adult health. Young people face a variety of challenges in the world today, and building the necessary skills to bounce back from hardship is important. Fostering resilience has become a common goal in medicine, schools and communities.
This professional development meeting will provide a background about trauma informed care in classrooms; explain the components of resilience; and relate the components of resilience to classroom instruction and activities.
Presented by Sara Evancho, Curriculum Specialist, BJC School Outreach and Youth Development
Thank you for your interest in our November Professional Development Program. This event is scheduled for Friday, November 17, 2017 at 9 am at Vision for Children at Risk (2433 N. Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63106). Webinars are provided as a benefit of membership in TPPP. If you are not a current member, you will need to join/renew as a TPPP Member at http://bit.ly/2eawOpt
You do not need to register to attend in person. If you would like to join via live webinar, please fill out this form and you will receive an email confirmation with a link to the webinar (pending membership confirmation).
Audio for the webinar is delivered through your computer, so you will need to use your computer's speakers or a set of headphones. We anticipate that the formal presentation will start after introductions (by 9:15 am).
While most of this presentation will be in a presentation/lecture format, our professional development events include interactive learning activities. We will do our best to adapt these to the webinar audience. Please be prepared to use the chat function to participate in online activities.
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