Education

Graphics for Trauma-Informed Schools

Each week in our staff update we include tips to help us in our journey to be a trauma-informed school. When we first started including the tips, I spent time scouring the internet for the perfect graphics to go with the perfect tips, but I had a hard time finding exactly what I was looking for. So, I decided to make my own with my favorite graphic design tool website, Canva. This allowed me to highlight our staff’s expertise as well as ideas from some of our favorite books.

I will continue to add graphics to this post as I create them. Feel free to share them or use them to help your campus become trauma-informed, just right click on the image to download a copy.

10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Educator Needs to KnowFour Simple Tips for adoing my best not to blow“Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them.” (1)Copy of Make a self-care a priority this yearWhat if we replaced all judgement with hopeful curiosity_who do we need to bemore to me than what meets the eye Serendipitydifferentprickly behaviorBe careful with each other (3)necessary elements for changeChange is created through connection...keep your calm, don't join their chaosInclusive Projects about Families (1)tips for when you come backIf you judge people, you have no time to love them. —Mother TeresaTrauma-informed postPeeling the onion quotewords hurt

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