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Trauma-Informed Teaching

EDUC-929
3 Credits
Online
4.80/5.00
Instructor: Amy Holland

28 Reviews

5.00/5.00
7/22/2021
State: CALIFORNIA
3.50/5.00
7/19/2021
State: PENNSYLVANIA
4.00/5.00
7/10/2021
State: WISCONSIN
I thoroughly enjoyed the course and its application to the modern day classroom.
5.00/5.00
6/29/2021
State: PENNSYLVANIA
This was an excellent course. You will come away with a wealth of knowledge about what trauma is and how it effects the brain. You will also learn practical strategies that can be used immediately in the classroom to support your students.
5.00/5.00
6/15/2021
State: MAINE
I learned a lot, readings were applicable
5.00/5.00
6/2/2021
State: PENNSYLVANIA
Excellent Class!The framework of the course is very organized and the work is immediately applicable to my classroom.
5.00/5.00
5/22/2021
State: CALIFORNIA
I enjoyed this course greatly! I am more knowledgeable about trauma-informed teaching and have so many new strategies to implement into my classroom to support my students.
4.00/5.00
5/8/2021
State: PENNSYLVANIA
Strategies that I can immediately put to use in my classroom!
5.00/5.00
3/25/2021
State: NEW HAMPSHIRE
It was a very informative class where I learned skills that I can apply to my teaching now. I think everyone who works in education should be taught about the impacts of trauma and how to help students affected by trauma.
4.00/5.00
3/3/2021
State: OHIO
I thought this was a great course with great information. I thought that the professor did a great job of giving meaningful feedback. The only issue I have is that writing papers is good for learning, but I still feel that test have value to the learning experience. Writing reflections all the time almost makes you feel like you are teaching yourself.
5.00/5.00
2/13/2021
State: PENNSYLVANIA
5.00/5.00
11/29/2020
State: OHIO
It was a very informative class!
5.00/5.00
10/22/2020
State: OHIO
5.00/5.00
9/16/2020
State: NEW YORK
5.00/5.00
9/8/2020
State: CALIFORNIA
This is an amazing course that every new teacher should have to take prior to entering the classroom.