What You Might Not Know About Misbehaving Students But Should

Rae Pica with Joyce Dorado, Ph.D., Dr. Barbara Sorrels, Ben Gilpin

Many educators are unaware that they are working with students who have been traumatized in various ways. These children may present as students with behavior issues. In this segment, we talk about the special needs of traumatized kids and the skills educators need to teach them.

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October 9, 2015
Episode Guests
Joyce Dorado, Ph.D., is Co-Founder and Director of UCSF Healthy Environments and Response to Trauma in Schools (HEARTS), an award-winning program that promotes school success for students who have experienced complex trauma by creating more trauma-sensitive school environments. She is an Associate Clinical Professor at Child and Adolescent Services (CAS). Dr. Barbara Sorrels is the Director of the Institute for Childhood Education. She has worked with children in a variety of capacities for over 40 years. Mr. Ben Gilpin is a relationship driven educator with a passion for innovation. Ben is currently serving as an elementary principal in Michigan. He is involved with classroomcribs.com and personalized learning initiatives with the Michigan Department of Education. His blog is The Colorful Principal.
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