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NCCAT presents Responding to Trauma virtual program

This NCCAT program will help educators learn how to recognize the signs of trauma, better understand the causes of trauma, and take steps to establish social and emotional safety in your classroom.

Trauma can be defined as the reaction to a shocking or painful event or series of negative events. Some traumas require immediate intervention and court-mandated reporting; others go by unmarked. Whether directly or indirectly experiencing trauma, the academic development of some students is hindered because they have experienced trauma. For some students, trauma can have significant and lasting effects. NCCAT is presenting "15749 - Responding to Trauma" a virtual program from 3-4:30 p.m. on this topic on March 10th.

This program will help educators learn how to recognize the signs of trauma, better understand the causes of trauma, and take steps to establish social and emotional safety in your classroom.

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