Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Anti-Bias and Trauma Informed Teaching

Anti-Bias and Trauma Informed Teaching

What is Trauma Informed Teaching?

To be trauma-informed in any context means:

  • to understand the ways in which violence, victimization, and other forms of trauma can impact individuals, families, and communities


  • to use that understanding to inform policies and practices in order to prevent (re)traumatization and promote resilience and growth

Carello, Janice. "Trauma Informed Teaching & Learning in Times of Crisis." [Powerpoint slides]. Retrieved July 30, 2020, from:

Start with Dr. Carello’s comprehensive YouTube video:

Essentials of Trauma Informed Teaching


Crumb Library: 315-267-2485
Crane Library: 315-267-2451

Text Us! (Mon-Fri, 10 - 4): 315-277-3730

Social Media

College Libraries


SUNY Potsdam College Libraries
44 Pierrepont Ave
Potsdam, NY 13617