(RE)FRAMING INSTRUCTION

Strategies Supporting Secondary and Post-Secondary Students

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Recent Updates

"(Re)Vitalizing Instruction Via PAR" Presentation at Redesigning Education: A Future Beyond Standardized Tests, November 8, 2022, Kimberly Hellerich & Sarah Blais, Co-Presenters

September, 2021: An Exercise in Digital Storytelling for High School Students | Edutopia

November, 2021: AMLE National Conference Presentations

Safe Schools NH: "Going Remote" Teacher Voices

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EXPLORING EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES

EMBRACING STUDENT VOICE

A student-led participatory action research project was conducted in a Connecticut English classroom in 2018-2019. The project yielded student researchers' recommendations for effective strategy implementation.

TRAUMA-INVESTED STRATEGIES

Focusing on Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation

Trauma-invested strategies are best instructional practices that benefit all students at the secondary and post-secondary levels.

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RESOURCES

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PRESENTATIONS

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PUBLICATIONS

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CONSULTING

Available for consulting focused on participatory action research, trauma-invested strategies (relationship, responsibility, regulation), restorative practices, equity, or trauma-informed school-based leadership.

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ABOUT (RE)FRAMING INSTRUCTION

Kimberly D. Hellerich, Ed.D.

Kimberly D. Hellerich, Ed.D. spent 25 years in K-12 education. Dr. Hellerich had been a middle school teacher and administrator, a high school teacher, and a part-time lecturer at New England College. She was recognized as a 2021 Connecticut State Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalist. Currently, Dr. Hellerich is an Assistant Professor of Educational and Literacy Leadership at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. 

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