Trauma-Informed Practice for Arts Education Administrators

Trauma-Informed Practice for Arts Education Administrators

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The Bartol Trauma-Informed Practice training for Arts Education Administrators is a rigorous and groundbreaking program designed by arts educators, for arts educators which will equip you with the tools and knowledge to fortify your programs a supportive and nurturing experiences where every participant can thrive. This course comes with a handbook that divides the learning into overarching themes using research from three sectors: behavioral health, K-12 education, and the arts. Additionally, participants gain access to supplementary readings and videos which provide additional context and connections. As you move through the training, each module comes with a series of videos featuring Bartol facilitators who will walk you through how these theories connect to our work as arts educators and program administrators. After each video, you’ll have an opportunity to connect theory to practice by participating in freethinks, assignments, and a community discussion board where you and the rest of your cohort will receive continued live engagement and support from a Bartol Course Moderator. To shake up the static nature of online learning, we’ll also engage in kinesthetic activities which model trauma-informed practice, including a series of entrance and exit rituals, brain breaks, and arts activities facilitated by guest artists. In the final section, concepts will be applied to managerial style and structures, as well as organizational culture. 

Participants have 10 weeks to complete the course alongside their cohort. To see a detailed course outline, please visit here.


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