Film can be a powerful and engaging tool, especially when for breaking down barriers and sparking discussions on challenging topics. In this facilitated screening, we will explore the reality of childhood trauma through the true documentary of one high school's unlikely success story. Paper Tigers asks the following questions; What does it mean to be a trauma-informed school? How do you educate teens whose childhood experiences have left them with a brain and body ill-suited to learn? You'll find there is no denying that something both subtle and powerful at work between teacher and student alike.
This film includes a facilitated discussion intended to explore hard questions and reflect on possible next steps for our community and the families in it.
This training qualifies as 2 hours of credit toward foster care license certification and recertification, as well as the annual training requirement.