Trauma Informed Practice: Practical Applications for Classrooms

This workshop will provide you with a decolonized, trauma informed approach to integrating trauma informed practice into your classroom. The workshop will begin with a description of what trauma informed practice is, while providing practical applications you can use to simplify and support trauma informed teaching, relationship building, and classroom management. 

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10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

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  • WSANEC School Board
    Jen Shortt

    Jen uses she/her pronouns, identifies as Indigiqueer and is of Anishinaabe and mixed European ancestry. She has been a guest to the W̱SÁNEĆ territories since 2018; she grew up in Treaty 13 territory also known as Toronto. Jen is the Counsellor at the W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Secondary Shool. She has been a counsellor for over 10 years specializing in working with Indigenous and queer/trans youth.  

  • SD61 Victoria
    Kim Sholinder

    Kim uses she/her pronouns and is a settler teacher on Esquimalt and Songhees Territories. She is a teacher in the Victoria School District, and has been a counselor and teacher for nearly 10 years. Kim has specialized in working with high risk youth dealing with complex trauma in a variety of contexts.