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Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators--The Power of Connection

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Relationships are essential to human life. Research demonstrates that when teachers establish a true empathic connection with students, they are able to engage and reengage students in learning. These actions can also heal and grow children’s brains. Dr. Perry discusses the important role relationships have in learning and provides practical ways to do this in the school setting. Part of the "Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators" series.

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Runtime: 7 minutes 3 seconds

Still image from: Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators--The Neurosequential Model
Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators
Episode 1
7 minutes 36 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Still image from: Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators--How Stress Impacts the Brain
Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators
Episode 2
5 minutes 39 seconds
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Still image from: Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators--The Power of Connection
Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators
Episode 3
7 minutes 3 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Still image from: Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators--Regulating Yourself and Your Classroom
Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators
Episode 4
8 minutes 12 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Still image from: Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators--Educator Strategies for the Classroom
Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators
Episode 5
8 minutes 16 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -