The ChildTrauma Academy
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Deb Morris (Student)
informative and insightful. I believe both teachers and students can both gain
from this website. First time users should have no trouble navigating around
tragedies such as Sept. 11th. It gave some very practical advise on how to talk
to children about this type of crisis.
Alicia Budinger (Student)
includes links on where to seek professional help. Students will be able to
learn easily from this site, and teachers will know that the information
students learn is valuable and accurate.
Shannon Chanofsky (Student)
extensive on-line classes that I looked through as well as discussion sites and
various resources for parents. The quality of the materials presented on this
site was outstanding and I found it to be clear, well written and very helpful.
I think that this would be a very effective teaching tool as well an important
resource for parents.
buttons at the top made it easy to reach all areas within the site.
Dina Burns (Student)
through the first few pages of the first lesson and then browsed through the
lessons that followed. This site also provided assignments and quizes that I
2. As far as I know the sites seems to have very accurate information and
provides much knowledge of childhood trauma- what it is, how it affects
children, and how to cope with it.
3. I feel that the information provided on this site would definetly enhance
students as well as teachers knowledge in this area. In fact this information is
designed for course use. The information provided allows students to learn and
explore information in this field, and feedback from the students will help
provide individual thoughts and experiences to the teacher.
first time users.
Lorraine Guzzo (Student)
Had sections for parents, children, and school employees which were very
helpful. There were free classes offered which sounded interesting, I believe
there was only a charge for books.
enrolling in classes was self-explanatory.
Roxanne Hunt (Student)
expect in the happenings of the world today. I understand more now then I did
before. I'm going to copy this and take it to our school and hopes that the
teachers can use this to help with the students who are having problems
understanding what is happening in our society today. I hope that at least this
artical can help one child to understand and not hate anyone who is different
Marcia Stone (Student)
being offered. They are all proffesionallly done and offer much information. I
especially liked the article on The Neurodevelopmental Costs of Adverse
problems navigating it.