with Heather T. Forbes, LCSW
and Deanna Maki
Group C: October 7, 14, 21, & 28, 2020
Group D: October 9, 23, 30, & Nov. 6, 2020
Group E: November 12, 19, Dec. 3, & 10, 2020
FROM THE BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
Heather T. Forbes, LCSW
Join the author for this one-of-a-kind experience to learn more about how to implement the contents of her ground-breaking book, Classroom180! This event will bring the pages of this book to life and give you the skills, confidence, and knowledge you need to support all your students during these unsettling times.
This multi-day intensive course is a deep-dive into the groundbreaking new book, Classroom180: A Framework for Creating, Sustaining, and Assessing the Trauma-Informed Classroom, by Heather T. Forbes, LCSW. The Classroom180 Framework is a comprehensive roadmap of what it means to fully create, implement, and sustain a trauma-informed classroom from kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Additionally, Classroom180 includes an assessment tool, the Classroom180 Rubric, that can be used by administrators and others specialists who support teachers on the journey of becoming trauma-informed.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this training is virtual. It is a blended training with the majority of the sessions conducted LIVE on the BCI Zoom platform with some course work being done through our Trauma-Informed Online Academy (TIOA). Each participant will receive a log-in and password to access the TIOA during the training.
This training is also being tailored to the current situation with the pandemic. Strategies and tools discussed are being labeled whether or not they are "Pandemic Possible." You will gain valuable ways to connect with your students despite the limitations created by remote learning and social distancing by attending this bootcamp. Each bootcamp has participants from around the U.S, Canada, and the world. We are creating a synergetic space to find new and innovative solutions to creating a trauma-informed classroom during these exaggerated times.
Creating an effective and life-giving trauma-informed classroom goes far beyond a few fidgets and a calm corner. This multi-day intensive event will equip you to be on the leading edge of being trauma-informed. You will learn and explore the five domains of Classroom180 along with each of the clearly defined twenty-seven components and their supporting indicators.
The Classroom180 Virtual Bootcamp is a comprehensive deep dive into the "how" of a trauma-informed classroom. You will learn how to:
Domain 1: Relationships and Family Culture
Develop a strong family culture within the classroom
Establish and teach hierarchy
Set love-based limits and boundaries
Develop safe and strong teacher-student relationships
Create an inclusive and judgment-free classroom
Build and strengthen student-student relationships
Involve parents and build teacher-parent relationships
Domain 2: Regulation
Build and implement universal proactive regulatory strategies
Become more aware, open, and empathic during challenging times
Identify your own triggers and develop a greater self-awareness
Domain 3: Language of Trauma
Speak "the language of trauma"
Implement "right-brain" to "right-brain" de-escalation strategies
Improve your affect tolerance
Better read nonverbal communication
Domain 4: Safety
Establish effective safety protocols
Safely respond in a moment of crisis
Implement regulatory-based discipline
Domain 5: Discipline and Empowerment
Enforce consequences with relational support
Help students struggling with developmental deficits
Implement SEL with a trauma lens
Build up students' self-image and improve their sense of self
Find joy amongst the chaos
Using the Classroom180 Rubric
Use the Room Scan
Use the Classroom180 Rubric
Follow the 5-step process for assessment
This multi-day intensive Classroom180 Virtual Bootcamp is designed for:
Educational Support Staff
Teachers, this experiential training will provide you the roadmap to fully create, implement, and sustain a trauma-informed classroom. Additionally, you will be trained on how to use the assessment tools that are a part of Classroom180 for your own self-assessment. This will give you a foolproof way to make sure you are not only creating a successful trauma-informed classroom but that you also have a plan for future growth to maintain an ever-expanding and ever-deepening trauma-informed classroom for your students.
Administrators, this training will deepen your understanding of what components are needed for a trauma-informed classroom so you can create the systems and structures to support your teachers. But more importantly, it will equip you with a solid way to objectively assess your teachers, using the Classroom180 Rubric. Eliminate the guess work. You will be trained on what to look for when doing a classroom observation and how to determine at what level your teachers are on their journeys to becoming trauma-informed.
Educational Support Staff and School Counselors
Educational support staff and school counselors, this training will give you a more comprehensive understanding of all the components needed to create a powerful trauma-informed classroom. It will move you to the next level in your expertise and sharpen your insight when you are working with teachers in the classroom. You will also learn how to use the Classroom180 Rubric, an objective and well-organized coaching guide, to debrief with teachers when helping them to shift their classrooms from a traditional platform to a trauma-informed platform.
This bootcamp is an intensive experiential experience. It is a unique event for those who are truly dedicated to being on the leading edge of the trauma-informed movement. This training will include the following:
A deep-dive of the intellectual content
Interactive discussions through online discussion boards
Emotionally driven content
Engaging group work
Practical and application-based filmed scenarios
Emotionally rich and self-reflective exercises
What else should you expect?
Expect to be challenged. Expect to improve your skill set. Expect to grow emotionally. Expect to fine-tune your ability to relate to challenging students. Expect to have a broader and more comprehensive view of being trauma-informed. Most of all, expect to have fun!
There are currently three offerings of the Classroom180 Virtual Bootcamp. Join me for one of the following groups:
The following is a list of times for the group:
Group C: Tuesdays
October 7, 14, 21, & 28
Group D: Fridays
October 9, 23, 30, & Nov. 6
Group E: Thursdays
November 12, 19, Dec 3, & 10
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Mix and Match If Needed
The beauty of online courses is that they give you lots of flexibility; and we all need that right now during this pandemic! You can cross over to different groups, if needed. For instance, if you sign up for Group C and attend Sessions 1, 2, & 3 but can't make Session 4, you can join Group D or E for Session 4. When you register, sign up for the group that you will predominately attend and then send us an email if you would like to join any of the other groups.
* The evening session listed for October 15th is optional for all groups. This session will include emotionally intense exercises, designed to help participants be self-reflective and to connect the mind to the body. It is designed to support participants in their own healing journeys so they can expand their capacity for working with intense and challenging behaviors without getting triggered. The times are as follows: 8:00pm-9:45pm Eastern, 7:00pm-8:45pm Central, 6:00pm-7:45pm Mountain, & 5:00pm-6:45pm Pacific
Optional for all groups
"Fifty Shades of Trauma"
Wednesday, October 7th
11:30am - 2:45pm Eastern
10:30am - 1:45pm Central
9:30am - 12:45pm Mountain
8:30am - 11:45am Pacific
7:30am - 10:45am Alaska
5:30am - 8:45am Hawaii
Sessions 1, 2, 3, & 4
October 7, 14, 21, & 28
4:00pm - 7:30pm Eastern
3:00pm - 6:30pm Central
2:00pm - 5:30pm Mountain
1:00pm - 4:30pm Pacific
12:00pm - 3:30pm Alaska
10:00am - 1:30pm Hawaii
"Fifty Shades of Trauma"
Friday, October 9th
9:00am - 12:15pm Eastern
8:00am - 11:15am Central
7:00am - 10:15am Mountain
6:00am - 9:15am Pacific
5:00am - 8:15am Alaska
3:00am - 6:15am Hawaii
Sessions 1, 2, 3, & 4
Oct. 9, 23, & 30; Nov. 6
1:00pm - 4:30pm Eastern
12:00pm - 3:30pm Central
11:00am - 2:30pm Mountain
10:00am - 1:30pm Pacific
9:00am - 12:30pm Alaska
7:00am - 10:30am Hawaii
(8:00am - 11:30am HST for Session 4)
"Fifty Shades of Trauma"
Thursday, November 12th
1:45pm - 5:00pm Eastern
2:45pm - 4:00pm Central
11:45am - 3:00pm Mountain
10:45am - 2:00pm Pacific
9:45am - 1:00pm Alaska
8:45am - 12:00pm Hawaii
Sessions 1, 2, 3, & 4
Nov. 12 & 19; Dec. 3 &10
5:30pm - 9:00pm Eastern
4:30pm - 8:00pm Central
3:30pm - 7:00pm Mountain
2:30pm - 6:00pm Pacific
1:30pm - 5:00pm Alaska
12:20pm - 4:00pm Hawaii
at a glance
You will have access to over 10 hours of online optional courses through the Trauma-Informed Online Academy to continue and deepen your learning. This bonus option, along with access to the recordings of each Bootcamp session, will be available to you for 60 days from the start of the bootcamp.
We are approved to provide Continuing Education Units/Credits by the
following agencies. It is the responsibility of each attendee to ensure this
virtual conference meets your licensing board requirements!
For more information, click HERE.
LIVE contact hours (4 sessions): 13.0
Optional LIVE evening session 1.75
Online contact hours: 3.0
TOTAL CONTACT HOURS 17.75
Participants are expected to have a basic understanding of ACEs, trauma, and the brain. This course will not go over the foundational material but rather, will jump right into the depths of the material. It is expected that all participants will have read Help for Billy by Heather T. Forbes, LCSW prior to the start of the bootcamp.
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Complete Online Basic Training
Additionally, each participant is required to complete an online pre-requisite training. Two options are available:
With your paid registration, you will be given complimentary access to a pre-requisite course on our . Prior to the start of the virtual bootcamp, you will be emailed an individual log-in for the TIOA. On this online platform, you will be given exclusive access to a short course that has been specifically designed for this training that will satisfy this pre-requisite training.
Or, you can attend the pre-requisite viewing of Heather's video presentation, "Fifty Shades of Trauma" at the start of each Session 1. About three hours prior to the start of Session 1, Heather will be there live to show this video while being there to answer any questions have in real-time through the chat area. Please see the times listed above for showing of this video.
All participants attending the bootcamp are expected to participate in one of the two choices listed above to ensure they are ready to make a deep-dive at the start of this event.
Heather T. Forbes, LCSW, is the owner of the Beyond Consequences Institute and author of Classroom180 and numerous other books on the topic of working with children impacted by trauma. Coming from a family of educators, Heather has a passion for helping children in the classroom. Trauma robs children of their curiosity, and Heather’s passion is to help these students return back to their innate love for learning. She consults and lectures extensively with both general and special education schools around the nation. Her signature style is to bridge the gap between academic research and “when the rubber hits the road” classroom situations, giving teachers and school personnel the understanding and tools they need for even the most challenging of students. Heather has worked in schools with trauma-impacted students and knows firsthand how challenging it can be on a daily basis with these students. Much of her insight on understanding trauma, disruptive behaviors, and developmental delays, comes from her own experience of raising two internationally adopted children and mentoring a severely trauma-impacted young adult.
Heather T. Forbes, LCSW
Deanna Maki, B.Ed./SPED
Deanna Maki, B.Ed. / SPED, is an education consultant and co-founder of E-Impact Consulting in Kelowna, Canada. She has worked in the field of education since 1994. As a former special education teacher, she is passionate about working with at-risk students, empowering children, and building community. After starting her family, she worked as an education consultant and trainer for numerous curriculum and school software programs where she was able to refine her skills in teacher training. Currently, Deanna serves as the vice president of Educational Impact, an online professional development company based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a subject matter expert in special education, teacher evaluation, social and emotional learning, and trauma, Deanna has authored over 200 online courses for educators. Through a collaboration with Heather T. Forbes, LCSW, and the Beyond Consequences Institute, the Trauma-Informed Online Academy was created to provide a step-by-step training program for schools to become trauma-informed. As contributing editor to Classroom180, Deanna’s contribution to the development of the Classroom180 Rubric were invaluable. She helped to shape and develop it into an evaluation tool that is clear, relevant, well organized, and concise.
This bootcamp is based on the content in Classroom180. During each session, you will be directed to specific pages in the book to complete the activities. Thus, it is imperative that you have this book for this bootcamp. The good news is that you will receive a great discount on Classroom180 plus FREE shipping (domestic shipping only) on the book with your paid registration.