Tracy Schiffmann | Trauma-Informed Teaching Tips

Tracy Schiffmann | Trauma-Informed Teaching Tips

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Portland, OR  ·  I equip teachers of trauma-impacted adult learners to use brain science to touch hearts, change minds and transform behavior.
Tracy Schiffmann | Trauma-Informed Teaching Tips
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What are Your Teaching Needs?

Equipping teachers and trainers to use brain science in curriculum development and teaching to touch hearts, change minds and transform behavior of their trauma-impacted adult learners.

Design for How Brains Learn

Equipping teachers and trainers to use brain science in curriculum development and teaching to touch hearts, change minds and transform behavior of their trauma-impacted adult learners.

Use a Pre-Design Survey to Plan Your Next Curriculum

Equipping teachers and trainers to use brain science in curriculum development and teaching to touch hearts, change minds and transform behavior of their trauma-impacted adult learners.

Using Words with Visuals: Dual Coding as a Teaching Strategy

Using Words with Visuals: Dual Coding as a Teaching Strategy

How to Use Spacing and Retrieval Practice to Improve Learning

How to Use Spacing and Retrieval Practice to Improve Learning

Five Pearls from Teaching Pros: Turning Resistance into Learning Opportunities

These genius responses from teaching colleagues turn classroom resistance into opportunities for learning.

Beware the Pretty, Shiny Thing in Curriculum Design

Beware the Pretty, Shiny Thing in Curriculum Design

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The Online Course Creator Kit Giveaway! Create your ecourse. Create your webinar. ❤ Could win Mariah Coz and Megan Minns great courses for free!

Create Sticky Messages for Your Learners: Four Steps to Success

Create sticky messages for your behavior change curriculum. Use them to cast a vision of who your adult students want to become and as easy-to-remember inspiration and calls to action.

Parenting Inside Out: An Evidence-Based Curriculum for Justice-Involved Parents

Parenting Inside Out: An Evidence-Based Curriculum for Justice-Involved Parents

Responding to an Insurrection in a Graduate Program Classroom

Trauma-informed strategies for navigating classroom behavior emergencies can serve as universal mental health precautions and become the way you teach, no matter where where you teach and no matter who you teach.

Working With An Angry Outburst In My Prison Classroom

See how I used a handful of simple, trauma-informed strategies for navigating classroom behavior challenges in this true story of a student who found it unbearable to wait his turn without an angry outburst in our prison classroom.

10 Trauma-Informed Classroom Strategies for Navigating Behavior Emergencies

10 Trauma-Informed Classroom Strategies for Navigating Behavior Emergencies

Teach to Heal: Explore Alternatives to Limiting Beliefs

Once we use trauma-informed strategies to help adult learners explore their limiting beliefs, we are ready to invite them to explore alternatives that may better support them in reaching their goals.

Teach to Heal: Explore Limiting Learner Beliefs

Teach to Heal: Explore Limiting Learner Beliefs

Teach to Heal: Start by Finding Out What They Already Know

Harness the secure relationship between adult student and teacher to elicit learners' prior knowledge as a starting place for exploring limiting beliefs and behaviors.