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The store known for serving pure brain food has returned to our old digs for a few months to sell down inventory and bid fare thee well to our decades of in-store customers.
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This book centers equity in the approach to trauma-informed practice and provides the first evidence-based guide to trauma-informed teaching and learning in higher education. The book is divided into four main parts. Part I grounds the collection in an equity approach to trauma-informed care and illustrates one or more trauma-informed principles in practice. Chapters in Part II describe trauma-informed approaches to teaching in specific disciplines. In Part III, chapters demonstrate trauma-informed approaches to teaching specific populations. Part IV focuses on instruments and strategies for assessment at the institutional, organizational, departmental, class, and employee levels. The book also includes a substantial appendix with more than a dozen evidence-based and field-tested tools to support college educators on their trauma-informed teaching journey.
About the Author
Phyllis Thompson is Associate Professor and Director of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at East Tennessee State University, USA. Thompson co-edited Lessons from the Pandemic: Trauma-Informed Approaches to College, Crisis, Change and publishes on women's medicinal recipe books.Janice Carello is Assistant Professor and MSW Program Director at Edinboro University, USA. She co-edited Lessons from the Pandemic and Trauma and Human Rights and publishes trauma-informed teaching and learning resources on her blog: traumainformedteaching.blog.