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Saturday, October 15 • 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Moving from Trauma to Resiliency: Interoception in Action

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Our students come to school with many adverse childhood experiences that make self-regulation challenging. How can we move them from trauma toward resiliency? The answer may lie in interoception– a lesser-known sense that helps one connect to their physical body. Students must master this foundation of bodily awareness prior to successful self-regulation. This TED-style talk will introduce educators to one teacher's experience using Kelly Mahler's Interoception Curriculum and provide practical tips to use in your classroom next week!

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Karen Evans

Digital Content Editor, Teach Better Team
Karen Evans is a 6th grade special education teacher in Muskegon, Michigan. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education, a Master’s in Measurement and Evaluation, and has studied Educational Leadership with an emphasis on Special Education Administration at Grand Valley... Read More →

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