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Trauma-Sensitive Early Education: Helping Pre-School & Elementary Students Thrive!
Matthew S. Bennett & Sarah Bennett
Matthew Bennett and Sarah Bennett share a passion for helping struggling students succeed academically and socially. As a school administrator, therapist, author, and trainer, Matthew travels the country speaking to school districts, medical providers, social workers, and policymakers about the impact of trauma on child development and how to help with trauma heal and thrive. Sarah has spent her teaching career in primary education and English language acquisition. In Trauma-Sensitive Early Education: Helping Pre-School & Elementary Students Thrive! they combine their passion and expertise to present an in-depth look on how to help struggling students succeed academically and socially in school and beyond.
Today, something is going to happen to an innocent child. Tomorrow, that child will walk into their school. What happens next will impact the rest of their life. What is this powerful event? Childhood trauma. Most students will experience some form of emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, neglect, family dysfunction, racism, homelessness, or poverty by their eighteenth birthday. If left untreated, their traumatic experience may have lasting implications on their physical and mental health and their success in school. Our growing knowledge of trauma is a call to action for every person that works in education and cares about the wellbeing of children in their community. Trauma-Sensitive Early Education: Helping Pre-School & Elementary Students Thrive! explores the devastating effects that trauma inflicts on students, and how the resulting anguish manifests in the classroom as academic and behavioral struggles. Understanding the problem is just the first part of the journey taken in the book. This in-depth exploration guides educators in the process of creating trauma-sensitive classrooms and research-based instructional strategies that help students with trauma experience social and academic success.
Teachers, Principals, School District Personel, Policy Makers
Book cover type
Option 1: A diverse group of students participating in an interactive activity. Ages 5 or 6 Option 2: A shadowed or blurred picture of students participating in an interactive activity. Ages 4 to 6
What to avoid
No desks, kids raising hands, avoid "old-school" and traditional classroom setting. No technology
$399 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Book cover starts at $299.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
bennettyQ collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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