Gain trauma-informed skills and strategies to understand and unpack the high stress environments that impact teaching and learning. Being trauma-informed includes building an awareness of stress and the ways it shows up in our students and ourselves. Recognize the symptoms of stress and explore ways to prevent burnout in the classroom. Analyze ways to improve student and teacher well-being to promote learning.Register Now
Rhiannon Kim B.A., M.S., Ed.D.
- 13+ years: PreK-12 Special Education and General Education Consultant, former K-5 Speech Language Pathologist, Collegiate (Undergraduate and Graduate Level)
- Professional Achievements: Certificate of Graduate Study in Resiliency-Based Approaches with Families, Schools and Communities, Mosaic Students of Color Outstanding Graduate Student Award 2023, Finalist for the Prelock Online Teaching Award 2022, Professional Development Creator & Facilitator
- Professional Outlook: To support educators in their pursuit of using transformative and healing pedagogies and practices in their settings.
- Personal: Gardening, reading, experimenting with cooking Korean food, watching KDramas!