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Seeking Community input on the ACEs in Education community

As curator of our community site, I am seeking input from the community on what we would like the future of the ACEs in Education site to be. I would like to first understand how you currently use the site and then get feedback on your vision for ways to maximize its usefulness. Please take a moment to fill out this brief survey and help guide our shared learning forward! Thank you, Lara Kain

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How often do you currently access the ACEs in Education community site?

More than once a day
Once a day
A few times a week
Once a week

How do you use the Aces in Education site?

Read articles in the blog
Access resources for download (PPTs, toolkits, videos, etc)
Find calendar events
Share my own events or resources
Ask questions via the ‘ask the community’ feature

What would you add to the site to make it more useful?

We’re creating a vibrant, engaged, useful online community for educators seeking to incorporate the science of ACEs, Trauma, and Resilience in their schools and communities. What should we add that you feel is missing?

Interactive, moderated discussion board
Spotlight section to highlight promising/best practices
Updated clearinghouse for all the TI resources, research, links, toolkits etc
Chat Rooms and/or Chat Events
Hosting webinars

Do you get your information from ACEs Connection via visiting the main site or through the daily digest/ email alerts?

By viewing/scanning the main home page regularly
Daily Digest
Weekly Roundup
Email alerts

Where else do you go (outside of ACEsConnection) for resources, articles, information related to ACEs in Education and/or Trauma-Informed Schools?

Posted by Lara Kain (ACEs Connection Staff) ·

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I'm based in Liverpool, UK but really find this community helpful, hoping to visit San Francisco and New York this August and keen to connect to groups to gain understanding that I can bring back to UK.

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