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Friday, August 6 • 8:30am - 9:15am
Engaging Complex Trauma, Stress, and Defiant Behavior, through Intentional Transparent Rapport. FULL

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It is inevitable that teachers will encounter students with complex trauma, toxic stress, and/or defiant behaviors in the classroom. Without warning, the world can quickly turn upside down! However, teachers can learn to engage these students intentionally, through caring, transparent communication. This fosters a strong rapport that leads to greater trust, empathy, understanding, and ultimately student/teacher success! This session will focus on six steps teachers can take to engage challenging students/situations, and guide them to a place of successful communication and rapport. Please join me to make your classroom and school a better place. See you there!

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Zachariah Rippee

ALT ENG, Willard Success School
My background as a Youthcare Specialist at The Good Samaritan Boys Ranch has played a fundamental role in my approach to teaching. As a member of the Willard Success Program teaching team, I strive to hone my abilities in regards to student engagement, rapport, de-escalation, and... Read More →

Friday August 6, 2021 8:30am - 9:15am CDT
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