Developing Trauma-Responsive Approaches to Student Discipline: A Guide to Trauma-Informed Practice i

Preface A Synthesis of SolutionsI Understanding the Need for Trauma-Responsive Discipline ReformIdentifying the Problems of Exclusionary DisciplineExclusionary Discipline is Racially BiasedExclusionary Discipline Sustains PovertyExclusionary Discipline Contributes to Childhood TraumaResilience is the Key to ReformReferencesLooking Through the Lenses of Trauma and ResilienceThe Brain Science of ACEs and TraumaThe Effects of ACEs and Trauma on Child BehaviorThe Effects of ACEs aiul Trauma on the Physical and Mental Health of AdultsThe Brain’s Power of ResilienceThe Case for Trauma-Responsive DisciplineReferencesSetting the Stage for ReformEquity is EmpowermentA Call to Action and Coordination of EffortsThe Politics of ReformReferencesII Leading Trauma- Responsive Discipline ReformRealize Developing a Schoolwide Awareness of TraumaRole of the PrincipalSteps to Becoming Trauma-AwareRealizing the Need for Family aiul Community EngagementLeading RealizationResources to RealizeReferencesRecognize Acknowledging Trauma and ResilienceStep One: Explore the Principles of Trauma-Informed CareStep Two: Build Consensus Around the PrinciplesStep Three: Consider the Implications of Adopting the Principles Within the OrganizationResources to RecognizeReferencesRespond Embracing Trauma-Responsive PracticesImplementing Trauma-Responsive PracticesReferencesResist Avoiding Retraumatization through Trauma-Informed Systems and SupportsRole of the PrincipalStories of SystematizationResources to ResistReferencesEpilogue Tending to a Crisis in EducationAppendix A Realizing Trauma-AwarenessAppendix В ACE QuestionnaireAppendix С Devereux Adult Resilience Survey (DARS)Appendix D Strategic Vision BuilderAppendix E Restorative Justice Mindset Survey
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