Chaos to Calm: Art-Based Activities - Trauma-Informed Classroom

Category: Early Childhood Education (Regional and On-site)
Posted on 10/28/2020
Supporting social-emotional development helps children who are overwhelmed by big emotions regain their composure and improve their readiness to learn. Participants will learn sensory-based strategies to provide a creative outlet for students to increase self-expression, communication, and behavioral regulation at home and within the classroom. Research shows that art based activities within a caregiver-child interaction can rewire neural circuits and strengthen synapses in the brain. The heart of trauma-informed care is connection, and through expressive arts we can create a sense of safety and belonging within our schools and classrooms that builds resiliency for all children.

No art experience necessary.

Intended Audience

Early childhood educators, early childhood special education teachers, early childhood general education teachers, paraprofessionals, counselors, and other service providers.

Presenter

LINDSEY DEVOR
INTERVENTION SPECIALIST
442-292-5094, ext. 232
Lindsey.Devor@cahelp.org
3:00 Hours

LCAP Priorities

  • School Climate
  • Pupil Engagement
  • Pupil Achievement
  • Parent Involvement

Multi-tiered systems of support ties 1 through 3