Teacher Care | Best Practices

Best practice begins with an understanding of the trauma informed values (Harris and Fallot, 2009)

  • Safety - Ensuring Physical, Academic, Social, Behavioral and Emotional Safety in the School Community. Safety is defined by each person to include what makes them feel secure and calm.

  • Trustworthiness - Maximizing Trustworthiness through Task Clarity, Consistency, and Interpersonal Boundaries between individuals, groups and all members of the school community.

  • Choice - Maximizing Student and Family Choice and Control

  • Collaboration - Maximizing Collaboration and Sharing Power

  • Empowerment - Prioritizing Empowerment and Skill-Building



 
 
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Best practice begins with an understanding of the trauma informed values (Harris and Fallot, 2009)

  • Safety - Ensuring Physical, Academic, Social, Behavioral and Emotional Safety in the School Community. Safety is defined by each person to include what makes them feel secure and calm.

  • Trustworthiness - Maximizing Trustworthiness through Task Clarity, Consistency, and Interpersonal Boundaries between individuals, groups and all members of the school community.

  • Choice - Maximizing Student and Family Choice and Control

  • Collaboration - Maximizing Collaboration and Sharing Power

  • Empowerment - Prioritizing Empowerment and Skill-Building



 
 
Which Program is Right for Your School?
 
Contact Us