Self-Regulation in traumatised children in education

Self-Regulation in traumatised children in education

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Enabling children to be in the right frame of mind, or state of mind more like, to be able to learn is quite difficult for traumatised children. Due to the anxiety they feel and the reptilian part of the brain that is fired up when they are anxious, being able to then access the front part of their brain – the frontal cortex or thinking brain can be near impossible.

When thinking about strategies to help children to be in the right state of mind I came across this video below that I think is great and I’m interested in your thoughts on these radical views on how we plan our lessons with children. Just click on the video to watch and leave a comment on our Facebook page

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