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Creating classroom community to welcome children experiencing trauma

We offer one experience and story of Luis, his peers, and his teachers as evidence of how attending to civicness reframes social emotional learning as a more collective endeavor. We consider how Luis's teachers and classmates approached his social learning, inclusive of his experience with trauma, from the point of view of civicness, incorporating social-emotional learning into community building work in authentically caring ways (Valenzuela, 1999). (author abstract)
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