Anxiety, Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Science and Strategies : Brain Bites

Anxiety, Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Science and Strategies

by Janet Zadina on 10/25/17

At least 30% of your students have enough anxiety or stress to impair learning. Faculty experience stress, as well.  High stress impairs thinking and learning that can negatively impact academic performance. Learn how to reduce this obstacle to achievement.   Depending upon length, this workshop includes:

  • The shocking statistics of the extent of the problem

  • The many ways anxiety, stress, and trauma affect academic performance in multiple pathways

  • What NOT to do – typical classroom practices that can make anxiety or stress worse

  • Research-based strategies for you and your students that

    • Reduce anxiety and stress in the moment

    • Help prevent physiological stress reactions

    • Increase happiness and well-being

    • Increase coping self-efficacy and resilience

    • Create a brain/body/mindset for higher performance

    • How to prevent and address burnout

  • Creation of an Action Plan for yourself and your students


For more workshop or keynote options please visit my Presentations Page HERE.


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Science and Strategies
Janet N. Zadina, Ph.D
Brain Research and Instruction
Bridging Neuroscience and Education​

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