Presentation Title

Teaching Strategies for Students with Adverse Childhood Experiences

Location

Guzman 113

Start Date

4-19-2018 5:00 PM

End Date

4-19-2018 5:15 PM

Department

Education

Student Type

Undergraduate

Faculty Mentor

Rosemarie Michaels, Ed.D.

Presentation Format

Oral Presentation

Abstract/Description

It is inevitable that teachers will come across students with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) at some point in their classrooms. An Adverse Childhood Experience is an event or emotional trauma that occurs outside of school that can affect student behavior in the classroom. It is important as teachers to have strategies to help these students do their best in a school setting. The purpose of this study is to discover various strategies to manage classroom behavior and help students with ACEs succeed in school. Specifically, this study will focus on how teachers keep students with ACEs on track and strategies for their success. One research question will be answered in this study: What are effective teaching strategies for working with students with Adverse Childhood Experiences? In order to answer this research question, data will be collected through classroom observation and through an interview of that classroom teacher. All of the data collection will occur in the San Francisco Bay Area. I anticipate the results to show various strategies that can be used to best help students with ACEs succeed academically and emotionally.

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Teaching Strategies for Students with Adverse Childhood Experiences

Guzman 113

It is inevitable that teachers will come across students with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) at some point in their classrooms. An Adverse Childhood Experience is an event or emotional trauma that occurs outside of school that can affect student behavior in the classroom. It is important as teachers to have strategies to help these students do their best in a school setting. The purpose of this study is to discover various strategies to manage classroom behavior and help students with ACEs succeed in school. Specifically, this study will focus on how teachers keep students with ACEs on track and strategies for their success. One research question will be answered in this study: What are effective teaching strategies for working with students with Adverse Childhood Experiences? In order to answer this research question, data will be collected through classroom observation and through an interview of that classroom teacher. All of the data collection will occur in the San Francisco Bay Area. I anticipate the results to show various strategies that can be used to best help students with ACEs succeed academically and emotionally.