A Trauma-Informed Approach to Teaching Through Coronavirus

Educators are working hard to balance instruction and routines with the ongoing effects of pandemic-related trauma. This article provides resources to help educators facilitate a sense of safety, connectedness and hope in their daily lessons. Tips for self-care and other tool kits/resources are also provided. https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/a-trauma-informed-approach-to-teaching-through-coronavirus?fbclid=IwAR04Dvb3lRW_pBVXsHy_M0aqzXn3RX_KKHzQnllceaDhf7jPsgWmvLiwYOg

COVID-19 and K-12 Students with Disabilities: Initial Guidance

Today we turn our attention to how school closures and remote learning affect our Special Education population. Here’s an article summarizing legal implications, which are continuing to change. https://perryzirkel.com/2020/03/20/special-supplement-covid-19-and-k-12-students-with-disabilities-initial-guidance/?fbclid=IwAR2H_mFE_7kjf8NkTTxvjEucKbHLeJFtCYlUUnU-KJabMEgeBkg1ozpZWIE

10 Positive Updates on the COVID-19 Outbreaks From Around the World

Ok, let’s start the weekend with some good news and something we’re thankful for. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the Good News Network, they’re awesome! I’m thankful that our clinicians can continue to support our ongoing clients remotely during the shelter in place. What about you? https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/10-positive-updates-on-the-covid-19-outbreaks-from-around-the-world/?fbclid=IwAR1Kkiqm-NzYuExGhtA8Cks4uEAda5YKpXlF8Bq-LDir5b7GAVUr0gHG7wM