Event Title

How Childhood Trauma Affects Special Education Students

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Kaylyn Bridges, Bluefield College

Date

April 2020

Description

I want to present on how children who have been placed in special education and have experienced any amount of childhood trauma typically have a harder time in school. This can be seen in creating and maintaining relationships, focusing in class, completing schoolwork on time, showing up with wounds/bruises, and many other things. I want to explore options that general and special education teachers can implement in their classrooms to get these students the help that they need and how to keep them up to par in the classroom.

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This oral presentation is based on an individual research project.

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How Childhood Trauma Affects Special Education Students

I want to present on how children who have been placed in special education and have experienced any amount of childhood trauma typically have a harder time in school. This can be seen in creating and maintaining relationships, focusing in class, completing schoolwork on time, showing up with wounds/bruises, and many other things. I want to explore options that general and special education teachers can implement in their classrooms to get these students the help that they need and how to keep them up to par in the classroom.