Creating Safe Learning Spaces for Traumatized Children
Holly Elissa Bruno with John J. Medina, Jim Sporleder, Peter DeWitt & Deborah J. Stewart.
One of every four children arrives at school too traumatized by people or events in his or her life to be able to learn. What can we do to make learning possible for these children?
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