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Social-Emotional Learning, Equity & Wellness 4 Wounded Students (PL22003)
Credits: .5 / Tuition: $0
Status: OPEN / Maximum Size: 100
Instructor: Ashley Collier
Date: 9/14/2021 Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: PLC - SW GA RESA Training Center Camilla, Ga (Click for Driving Directions)
Registration Deadline: 9/14/2021



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Course Description
Social-Emotional Learning, Equity, & Wellness 4 Wounded Students
Joe Hendershott, Ed.D., Founder
 
Session Description: 
Emotional poverty has become a deterrent to equity and academic success. Research shows that almost half the nation's children have experienced trauma, which has a profound impact on their behaviors, relationships, mental health, and/or learning. Educators are looking to be resourced with a better understanding of the social-emotional needs of children of trauma in order to reach them, teach them, and avoid using ineffective strategies and consequences. As we navigate the repercussions of this past year's universal traumas, it becomes even more paramount to draw upon strategies to keep wounded children engaged in their educational settings to ensure physical and emotional safety as well as equitable, connected communities where HOPE is possible.
 
 

Class Notes

Joe Hendershott, Ed.D., is a sought-after speaker about the effects of trauma on learning and behaviors, social-emotional learning, & working with wounded students™.  As founder of Hope 4 The Wounded, he also provides consulting, staff training, online courses, & has authored three books:  Reaching The Wounded Student, 7 Ways to Transform the Lives of Wounded Students, and most recently co-authored with his wife, Dardi,  Supporting the Wounded Educator: A Trauma-Sensitive Approach to Self-Care.  Joe has over thirty years in education and is the recipient of the 2015 National Crystal Star Award for dropout prevention & the 2016 Bixler Award, which recognizes excellence in education.  His ongoing research, his practical experiences as both a teacher and administrator, and his personal experiences as an adoptive father give him a unique perspective that is engaging, thought-provoking, and inspiring.

Each participant will receive a book. 


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570 Martin Luther King, Jr. Road
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