Chronic Stress and ACEs

Michael Lamb, Executive Director with Turnaround for Children, shares a series of talks focusing on chronic stress, adversity, trust and what it means to be a trauma-informed educator.

What is Trust?

July 24, 2017

Video 6 of 6 Michael Lamb, Executive Director, Washington, D.C. with Turnaround for Children, shares the impact of trust and its connection to academic achievement for students who have faced chronic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

Responding to Adversity and Chronic Stress

July 24, 2017

Video 5 of 6 Michael Lamb, Executive Director, Washington, D.C. with Turnaround for Children, discusses adversity and its impact on how children learn. He also shares how educators can work to prioritize students who have been impacted by chronic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and their needs within the educational environment.

The Importance of Mindset

July 24, 2017

Video 4 of 6 Michael Lamb, Executive Director, Washington, D.C. with Turnaround for Children, discusses mindset and how teachers can create learning environments to help students with chronic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) build a growth mindset. He shares how students with a growth mindset are more successful in school and on standardized tests.

What Does it Mean to be Trauma-Informed?

July 24, 2017

Video 3 of 6 Michael Lamb, Executive Director, Washington, D.C. with Turnaround for Children, shares what it means to be a trauma-informed educator and how students should be approached who have experienced chronic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

The Science Behind Student Behavior

July 24, 2017

Video 2 of 6 Michael Lamb, Executive Director, Washington, D.C. with Turnaround for Children, shares the science around the impact that chronic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have on students’ brains.

Chronic Stress and ACEs

July 24, 2017

Video 1 of 6 Michael Lamb, Executive Director, Washington, D.C. with Turnaround for Children, shares the role that chronic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have on students. As part of his presentation, he shares the power a teacher has to impact the lives of children, especially those dealing with chronic stress and ACEs.