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Promoting Trauma Informed Learning Environments in Schools
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FREE Webinar -- October 27,  2014 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST

As a member of the IDEA Partnership, SSWAA invites you to participate in a FREE Webinar: Promoting a Trauma Informed Learning Environment in Schools hosted by the IDEA Partnership, Education: An Essential Component of System of Care Practice Group (National CoP on School Behavioral Health), Center for School Mental Health, and the National Technical Assistance Center for Children’s Mental Health on October 27, 2014 from 3:00 – 4:30 PM Eastern Time.

Mariola Rosser,  from the IDEA Partnership notes: "We now know that trauma exposure affects many children and we know the impact of that exposure may result in interference with a child’s ability to learn. Teachers, administrators, and other school and community personnel in partnership with families can make a difference in creating a “trauma informed” learning environment so that children are more able to focus and take advantage of the academic opportunities. This webinar will explore a variety of resources including video clips of educators and providers sharing their expertise on creating trauma-informed schools by training staff, partnering with mental health services, and creating a safe environment.


Sherry Peters is currently a Senior Policy Associate at Georgetown University’s National Technical Assistance Center for Children’s Mental Health where she served as the Director of the Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) Waiver Initiative from 2010 until the waiver ended in September of 2014. Sherry worked in Pennsylvania for 18 years on statewide children’s mental health policy and program development. In her early career she worked as a therapist in residential and community settings in Pennsylvania and New York. In addition, she held a national position in Chicago developing behavioral health resources for faith-based entities.

Instructions for Accessing the webinar on October 27, 2014

1. Sign into Adobe Connect five minutes before 3:00 PM ET :

· Click "Enter as a Guest" and type your full name. Then click "Enter Room"

2. For audio – choose one from 2 options

A. Dial-out Option (recommended)

· Select the first option “Join Audio Conference” (Dial-out)
· Enter your phone number with area code (Eg. +1-415-555-1234)
· Click “Join”
· Adobe will call you shortly after.

B. Using Microphone Option

· Select the third option “Using Microphone”
· Click “Join”
· Listen to the audio through your computer speakers
· You do NOT need a microphone or your telephone for this option.

Using Microphone Please select this option if you want to listen through your computer speakers. You will be able to participate in the webinar through the chat. Dial –out Please select Dial-out option to listen to the webinar via telephone. Type your phone number with area code Eg. +1-415-555-1234 and click Join

C. All lines will be muted during the webinar.

D. If you have a question during the webinar, please type your question into the chat box on the right side.

First Time Adobe Connect Attendees – check your computer before the webinar …

Please make sure you have prepared your computer to access the meeting through Adobe Connect
If you have never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before please test your connection by going to

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Mariola Rosser, Ed.D.
IDEA Partnership
Nat'l Association of State Directors of Special Education
225 Reinekers Lane, Suite 420
Alexandria, VA 22314"

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