This course will define mental health and explore ways of supporting mental health in schools among students, staff, and parents. It will also present ways to determine the current state of mental health in your school.
This course covers best practice in classroom assessment design, creation, and modification of assessments while exploring three phases: Planning for the assessment, designing the assessment, and post-assessment.
This course will cover six sections: 1) Rules 2) Procedures 3) Consequences 4) Room Arrangements 5) Building Relationships 6) Engaging Instruction.
This course will cover common chronic health conditions of students. The course covers signs and symptoms of special medical conditions of students' including the need for staff to be familiar with students individual emergency health care plan.
This course has been designed to recognize signs and symptoms of a diabetic reaction and how to respond when a student is in need of emergency medical attention.
This course will provide participants information related to the ever-changing legal parameters when bullying, harassment and intimidation become problems for students.
This course outlines four fundamental attributes for successful school leaders. They are: making ethical decisions; being visible at the building level; creating positive relationships; and invoking positive attitudes.
This course supports school leaders' development of stronger evaluation skills and offers practical activities and strategies to apply before, during and after the teacher evaluation process.
Judy Brunner and Dennis Lewis will provide participants information related to the ever-changing legal parameters as well as when and how school personnel may intervene.
This course will address principals' current leadership needs to understand the implications of educational neuroscience for learning and leading.
This training will cover the universal precautions for protecting yourself from exposure to bloodborne pathogens such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV and AIDS.
This course will provide an overview of asthma, asthma emergency response, and review of general policies that apply to asthma management in schools.
Presenters Dr. Tim Dohrer and Dr. Tom Golebiewski define the characteristics and behaviors of an anti-bias stance in an educational environment and outline the skills and steps to develop a strong, collaborative anti-bias education program.
This training will cover the common causes of severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) and train educators to recognize the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis as well as emergency treatment.
This course covers Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, a federal civil rights law, that prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in participating in federally funded programs.