Trauma Resiliency

Fostering Fulfillment Within Students and the School Culture (E2206-10)


Description
As students grow, they face a number of challenges in school. These challenges can vary in intensity and stem from a number of factors, including trauma. These challenges might differ from student to student, but the ability to meet challenges relies heavily on students’ personal needs being met. In this Micro-course, you will explore fulfillment as a focus in school culture and meeting students’ individual needs. Educators must contribute to a positive school culture by being intentional in providing students with skills and opportunities to achieve fulfillment.

This course is part of a collection about Trauma Resiliency. If this topic interests you, be sure to explore the other courses in the bundle.

Course Author: Don Arotin

Content
  • Welcome
  • Fulfillment in the Context of Students and School
  • What are Trauma-Informed Practices and Why Are They Important?
  • Knowledge Check 1
  • Slideshow: What is Fulfillment?
  • Reflection
  • How Fulfillment is Fostered in Our School Culture
  • Understanding Others’ Needs Through Empathy
  • Offer Empathy
  • How Does Kindness Contribute to a Culture of Fulfillment?
  • The Science of Kindness
  • The Benefits of Kindness
  • Strategies for Fostering Fulfillment in the School Culture
  • Tips for Spreading Kindness
  • Teach Students to Use Empathy and Kindness to Help Others
  • Take Action: Explore and Utilize Strategies for Fostering Fulfillment
  • Learning Extensions
  • Share Your Feedback
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever