Trauma Informed Systems of Supports (TISS)

Too often, schools plug into various training opportunities without revisiting the overall systems in place. We know teachers need strategies for avoiding student triggers, for de-escalating situations, and more – but what happens when a school’s disciplinary processes and procedures are themselves the triggers? What if those routines escalate situations? That’s where TISS comes in… We … Read moreTrauma Informed Systems of Supports (TISS)

Trauma Informed Systems of Supports: Self-Assessment through a Trauma Informed Lens (Part 1) – 9/11/2019

Consider how trauma and ACEs affect the brain. Apply a trauma-informed lens to current practices. Identify data necessary to conduct a trauma-informed self-assessment. Be prepared to provide information from the training in their buildings. Full details and registration at http://www.escweb.net/oh_hcesc/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=39518

Trauma Informed Systems of Supports: Data Analysis through a Trauma Informed Lens (Part 2) – 11/20/2019

Dive deeply into your data. Determine your priorities for trauma informed strategies Apply a trauma-informed lens to current practices. Understand strategies for trauma-informed practices Be prepared to provide information from the training in their buildings. Full details and registration at http://www.escweb.net/oh_hcesc/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=39520

Trauma Informed Systems of Supports: Embedding Trauma-Informed Practices in a Strategic Plan/CCIP (Part 3) – 1/14/2020

Review and Understand strategies that help us in becoming a Trauma Informed School. Identify causes of key findings Identify strategies and action steps that can be embedded into the Continuous Improvement plan. Identify ways to support ourselves and fellow staff members as we become Trauma Informed schools. Full details and registration at http://www.escweb.net/oh_hcesc/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=39522

Understanding Trauma for Administrators – 8/2/2019

Describe trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the impact they have on student learning. Recognize that compassion fatigue is a risk for staff members. Understand how a systems approach reduces the negative impact trauma has on learning. Provide a few strategies to staff to begin the journey of becoming more trauma informed. Full details … Read moreUnderstanding Trauma for Administrators – 8/2/2019

Understanding Trauma for Administrators – 10/1/2019

Describe trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the impact they have on student learning. Recognize that compassion fatigue is a risk for staff members. Understand how a systems approach reduces the negative impact trauma has on learning. Provide a few strategies to staff to begin the journey of becoming more trauma informed. Full details … Read moreUnderstanding Trauma for Administrators – 10/1/2019

Trauma Informed Systems of Supports:Monitoring Tools to Ensure Implementation (Part 4) – 2/26/2020

Understand how helping students develop resilience will buffer the effects of their trauma experiences as a way to heal. Consider how effective monitoring of a trauma-informed plan impacts students (starting with identifying a baseline for student performance and adult behavior). Apply a trauma-informed lens to monitoring tools. Create a schedule and protocol for monitoring implementation, … Read moreTrauma Informed Systems of Supports:Monitoring Tools to Ensure Implementation (Part 4) – 2/26/2020

Summertime at Hamilton County ESC

We’re here for you all summer long with opportunities to learn and grow as an educator. Be sure to check the location of your sessions carefully as we are using a variety of places for our workshops due to construction on our main campus. Happy Summer! 7/11 Extend Your Google Admin Functionality with GAM7/15 A DOUBLE HELPING: Serving … Read moreSummertime at Hamilton County ESC

The Power of Building Positive Relationships with Students – 12/16/2019

Participants will: Learn how to develop “collective efficacy” to meet the needs of all students. Develop empathy and understand student trauma as is relates to forging positive teach er to student relationships. Have the opportunity to network and share their own best practice in this engaging learning experience. Full details and registration at http://www.escweb.net/oh_hcesc/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=39491