Our Students: Where They've Been and Where They're Going
- CEU: 3 Continuing Education Credits
- Credential Type: Certificate
- Time to complete: 3-4 hours / self-paced learning
- Course access: Available for 60 days from date of enrollment
- Group Discounts are available for groups of fifty or more learners
Post-pandemic Mental Health Series-Our Students
The COVID-19 pandemic impacted every single one of us, and left an indelible imprint on our youth. Many of these changes were negative, but some were not; some lost touch with friends, some picked up a new interest. Maybe you experienced trauma during the pandemic or maybe it didn’t affect you much.
This powerful professional development course provides educators with new ways of thinking about issues and challenges that they have seen both inside and out of the classroom. The course gives adults a better foundation for understanding trauma, identifying students who need support, relating to students, establishing a sense of trust with students, and convincing them that we can handle the truth in their lives. There are four modules within this course, and an accompanying discussion board for each module.
Module 1: Trauma-Response [Stress] Continuum
Module 2: Effects of Quarantine and Supportive Education Delivery
Module 3: Psychodynamics of Social Media
Module 4: Connection Gap, Learning Gap, and Perspective-Making
Who should take the courses?
This professional development course is for the educator who is looking for effective ways of understanding the impact of systems on humans, and the impact of humans on systems. The concepts in this course are developed from a perspective of trauma response and trauma-informed practices.
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The course entry will be tied to the email account your enter, and the credentials will be assigned to your name only.
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This course is for multiple people, anywhere from two to 49 participants. Please have a spreadsheet of participants ready to upload.
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