Workshop notes: Find workshop notes attached in the calendar below.

After 1 year notes will be moved to Archived Workshop Notes.

Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Building A Trauma-Informed Classroom

January 19 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Intended Audience:

Classroom Teachers

School Social Workers

Inclusive Education Coaches



              Approved by:



Tom Michaud Superintendent of Schools





Sub Covered by:



  Mileage Covered by Division


☒On your own


Date: January 19th

Time: 9:00 – 3:30

Location: Seminar East



Building A Trauma-Informed Classroom


Mental Health and Wellness Team


This workshop is to equip educators with the knowledge, skills, and sensitivity required to create a safe, supportive, and healing educational environment for all students, particularly those who have experienced trauma.


Learning Intentions:

  • Understanding Trauma – Educate teachers about the various forms of trauma, its prevalence, and its potential impact on students’ cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioning. Acknowledge that trauma-informed practices have the potential to break cycles of trauma and adversity, ultimately improving students’ mental health, academic achievement, and overall life outcomes.Top of Form


  • Provide teachers with strategies to establish and maintain safe, inclusive, and predictable classroom environments that minimize triggers and create a sense of physical and emotional safety for all students.


  • Help teachers integrate trauma-sensitive approaches that promote emotional regulation, coping skills, and resilience among students, empowering them to manage the effects of trauma.


  • Promote teacher self-care and self-awareness, recognizing that supporting traumatized students can be emotionally demanding. Provide strategies to prevent burnout and secondary trauma among educators.


Success Criteria:

Educators feel empowered to create a nurturing and healing educational environment that recognizes and responds to the unique needs of students who have experienced trauma.



Deadline for Registration: January 16th

Maximum Participants: 15

Register for: TIP

For workshop information contact:

Kelly Gerhardt – 764-1571

Click Here To Register


Resources and snacks are based on registration numbers, you MUST register with the link above.


Complete “Request for Leave” Form:

Staff Dev. Decentralized Teachers (SDDT) School- Based PD Funds


January 19
9:00 am - 3:30 pm


Seminar East Education Centre
545 11 St E
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, SK S6V 1B1
+ Google Map