The trauma training consists of four key components which include an introduction to trauma, managing trauma in the classroom, increasing developmental assets in children and recognizing secondary traumatic stress. Participants will learn about the types of trauma student’s face and how trauma can affect student’s physical, emotional and cognitive abilities. They will then discuss techniques to prevent a trauma-based reaction in the classroom and what to do if a child is acting out. Participants will use the Search Institutes Developmental Assets to guide work with all students by increasing their resiliency skills, coping skills and other abilities. Finally, educators will learn to recognize their own compassion fatigue or burnout, and learn techniques to use to relax, keep balance and continue to help students in need. Ohio Approved credit will be given.