Two Backpacks. Unpacking the Unseen Trauma Informed Teaching
Childhood trauma is an urgent issue with a profound effect on learning. In this seminar, Dr. Brown successfully addresses the needs of all young people and adults alike, by sharing the importance of dealing with the issues in your backpacks before they deal with your success and happiness. This seminar increases one’s sense of self, grows social intelligence, and promotes individuals’ capacities to work collaboratively to positively make a difference in the lives of others.
At the conclusion of this program the attendees will gain the following:
- Participants will be encouraged to see the toxic stress beneath the surface and teach from a trauma-informed perspective.
- Participants will begin to create teams who develop a climate for learning where ALL students and educators experience success
November 13, 2020
10:30 – noon General Session Keynote
12:15 – 1 p.m. Lunch
1 – 4 p.m. Deep Dive
Holiday Inn Executive Center
2200 I-70 Dr. SW
About the Presenter:
Dr. Adolph Brown, III is an American educator, author, research-scientist, businessman, and keynote speaker. He is a teacher at heart and is admired around the world for his simple “Real Talk,” yet powerful, universal and timeless teachings. Dr. Brown is best known for inspiring all who hear him to learn, laugh and lead, while simultaneously reducing implicit bias at every turn.
$150 per person
$500 for a group of four
What You Get
- 60-minute General Session Keynote
- Three hours of high energy training by author and educator Dr. Adolph Brown, III
- Adolph Brown’s book