The Brain and Behaviour Toolkit for
Primary and Secondary Schools
2-Hour Workshop Recording
Access to Support Group
In this workshop for educators and schools, we will help you demystify behaviour as we explore essential neuroscience and interpersonal neurobiology for the classroom. Understand why behaviour is a symptom of a dysregulated nervous system and explore a range of evidenced based strategies that help improve safety, connection and regulation.
This evidenced based training is the foundation of your work toward becoming a Trauma Smart Educator and building a Trauma Smart School. Learn why connection before correction is the best approach for boosting whole brain learning, engagement and academic outcomes.
- Understand the function of behaviour
- Explore what stress responses look like in your classroom
- Understand the development and essential needs of the brain
- Examine the power of interpersonal neurobiology to calm a room and how our nervous systems coregulate our students
- Learn why connection before correction is the best approach for engaging whole brain learning, and boosting academic outcomes
Who is it for?
Educators and schools who want to learn how to improve safety, connection and regulation with students in the classroom.
Offered as an individual workshop, or as part of the Trauma Smart Schools program.
What You'll Learn
What makes a healthy brain
You’ll learn basic brain biology and the different parts of the brain.
How relationships affect brain development
You’ll learn how relationships affect brain development, including the role of mirror neurons and interconnectedness.
You’ll learn the causes, symptoms, and triggers of trauma, and how to respond to trauma behaviour in the classroom.
You’ll learn about the effects of toxic stress on brain development.
The ACEs Study
You’ll learn about the ACEs study, and how trauma affects long-term health outcomes.
Understand the WHY behind your student’s behaviour
You’ll learn about the function of behaviour, and explore what stress responses look like in your classroom.