Optimizing Learning Outcomes: Proven Brain-centric, Trauma-sensitive Practices

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William Steele
Routledge, 2017 - Cognitive learning - 235 pages
21st century neuroscience, learning and behavior : not doing more-doing differently / William Steele -- On becoming a self-reg haven / Stuart Shanker and Susan Hopkins -- Multi sensory practices for all : changing physiology, behavior and performance / Roberta Sherf and Chris Bye -- Students with sensory processing challenges : classroom strategies / Lindsey Biel -- Brief connections that matter (CTMs) : student-teacher relationship / William Steele -- Growth mindsets for learning : effective effort / Emily Diehl -- Teacher resilience, sustained effectiveness, and self-care / William Steele -- In school neurological reparative therapy for traumatized students / David Ziegler -- A vision for a trauma-sensitive school / Susan F. Cole, Anne Eisner, Michael Gregory and Joel Ristuccia -- Compassionate schools : responding to kids impacted by adversity, trauma, and toxic stress / Ron Hertel and Susan O. Kincaid -- Appendices: Additional sensory processing strategies / Lindsey Biehl -- Trauma related intervention considerations for IEP/504 Plan : case example / Kathie Ritchie -- Additional teaching & learning resources / Kathie Ritchie -- Compassionate schools resources / Ron Hertel and Susan O. Kincaid

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About the author (2017)

William Steele, PsyD, MSW, is the founder and was, for twenty-three years, the director of the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children (TLC), where he created trauma-specific, registered, evidence-based intervention programs and resources for schools and agencies. These programs are currently used in fifty-five countries. Now retired from TLC, he continues to write, consult, and train educators and practitioners across the United States.

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