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Faculty Scholarship

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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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Trust-based relational intervention (TBRI) is a program designed to offer conceptual frameworks and concrete tools that are based on the neuroscience of complex trauma, and on the theory of secure attachment. Teachers and staff at four local schools are being trained in Trust-based Relational Intervention (TBRI) program. Along with this training, a mixed-methods research project is being conducted. The research project involves pre-and post-intervention comparisons on two quantitative scales (Teachers' Sense of Self-Efficacy for Classroom Management, and Teachers' Preparedness for Dealing with Student Stress), and qualitative analysis of teachers' written and interview responses.For the ONU Scholar Week presentation, the professor will review pre-intervention data, and discuss next steps in the study.

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Trust-based relational intervention (TBRI) is a program designed to offer conceptual frameworks and concrete tools that are based on the neuroscience of complex trauma, and on the theory of secure attachment. Teachers and staff at four local schools are being trained in Trust-based Relational Intervention (TBRI) program. Along with this training, a mixed-methods research project is being conducted. The research project involves pre-and post-intervention comparisons on two quantitative scales (Teachers' Sense of Self-Efficacy for Classroom Management, and Teachers' Preparedness for Dealing with Student Stress), and qualitative analysis of teachers' written and interview responses.For the ONU Scholar Week presentation, the professor will review pre-intervention data, and discuss next steps in the study.