Below you’ll find a selection of helpful videos we’ve collected that aim to educate and familiarize users with some of the most common concepts of our programs. These videos are meant to help establish a basic foundation for understanding the FIFPA training programs and how individual parts of the program impact the students and children we work with every day. The videos below may be shared through their respective YouTube channels and are not the property of Forged In Fire.
Forged in Fire offers the Safe and Sound Protocol, an intervention for sensory processing challenges, emotional regulation, attention and focus. See the story of Sarah and how she describes improvements in her quality of life after the Safe and Sound Protocol. She is looking forward to high school after experiencing bullying!!!
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Developing Executive Function With Priority Lists
A classroom strategy for explicitly teaching students an important executive function skill: how to prioritize tasks.
The Danger of a Single Story
Tap-In / Tap-Out
Children Help Get Shelter Dogs’ Tails Wagging By Reading to Them
Fall-Hamilton Elementary: Transitioning to Trauma-Informed Practices to Support Learning
Window of Tolerance Reimagined
A fun reimagining of the Window of Tolerance. Come meet Panda as he travels the River of Life and learns the Tale of the Two Lands.
Restorative Circles: Creating a Safe Environment for Students to Reflect
The Importance of Empathy
How Stress Affects Your Brain - Madhumita Murgia
School Replaces Detention with Meditation
A Quick and Simple Way to Think About the Brain
How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across a Lifetime | Nadine Burke Harris
Charlotte Teacher Connects to Students with Handshakes
Reversible Thinking film by Families Outside
How Brains are Built: The Core Story of Brain Development
The Biology of Toxic Stress
The Tattooed, Skater Principal Making Education Fun Again
Hamish Brewer is a born motivator. The New Zealander with an infectious energy served as principal of Occoquan Elementary, a school serving a large low-income and immigrant community.