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Teacher Training: Ways To Help Students

Teacher training: Ways to help students


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  • Lisa Irish/ Arizona Education News Service
  • July 3, 2019

Second in a series on teachers and what they do during the summer:  While students enjoy summer break, teacher training is providing Arizona educators with ways to help students when classes resume. Chandler High School biology teacher Katie Nash was…

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Teacher Tina Chu: What She’s Doing This Summer & How More Funding Would Help
  • June 26, 2019

Tina Chu, a second grade teacher at Chandler Traditional Academy's Independence campus, talks about the phonics and equity training she's taking part in this summer, and how she thinks that better education funding will help recruit more teachers for Arizona…

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Dr. Cherryl Paul Talks About Census 2020
  • June 26, 2019

For Arizona’s public K-12 schools, an accurate census count is key to funding for many critically important programs, said Monica Trejo, Arizona deputy director of constituency services for education for NALEO Educational Fund and vice president of the Tempe Elementary…

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2019 Trauma-Sensitive Schools Symposium
  • June 19, 2019

More than 250 people learned from 13 speakers about what they could do to help students who have experienced adverse childhood experiences, trauma, toxic stress at the Trauma-Sensitive Schools Symposium sponsored by Kohl’s Mindful Me team at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and ASU’s T.…

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Small Changes Can Create A Safer, More Inclusive, Trauma Sensitive School

Small changes can create a safer, more inclusive, trauma sensitive school


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  • Lisa Irish/ Arizona Education News Service
  • June 19, 2019

Sometimes student behaviors occur without warning, so developing ways to help students deal with stresses and providing teachers and school staff with trauma sensitive training so they can help are critically important. “A lot of our students come from backgrounds…

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