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Bullying Part III

Understanding our current response to bullying including the myriad of prevention programs available is helpful to detect gaps in our approach, making us vulnerable to school violence.

$25.00

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by Jared Scherz, Ph.D., M.Ed., ACS

Child Abuse Reporting

Among the most important roles of an educator is that of a mandated reporter. Learn the essentials for what to look for and how to handle potential abuse and neglect in students.

$25.00

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by Shondra McClary

Child Study Team Part I

Become familiar with the organization and purpose of the school Child Study Team. Learning the structure and process for the CST will help create fluidity of student referrals.

$25.00

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by Karen D'Avino

Child Study Team Part II

The Child Study Team is the hub of the school's approach to meeting the needs of children in need of special help in the school system. Become familiar with its organization and purpose.

$25.00

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by Karen D'Avino

Children's Immunity Part I

Here from a group of children how they feel about healthy food and their reactions to school lunches. Dr. Fuhrman takes us deeper into the school cafeteria to understand what our kids are eating.

$20.00

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by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.

Children's Immunity Part II

Emotional and behavioral problems with children is often health related. Nutritional deficits are tied to attention, mood, and aggression, requiring us to expand our thinking before rushing to meds.

$20.00

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by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.

Class Climate & Learning Support Part I

It can be challenging working with students who have different ways of learning and processing information. Learn how to accommodate a range of learning styles to reduce resistance and build success.

$25.00

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by Jane Bluestein, Ph.D.

Class Climate & Learning Support Part II

Practical tips to engage and sustain students’ attention, and increase their focus and time-on-task with an emphasis on accommodating a variety of visual and auditory needs.

$25.00

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by Jane Bluestein, Ph.D.

Class Climate & Learning Support Part III

Continuing to explore ways to accommodate differences in how students learn, this engagement looks at practical, non-disruptive ways to address tactile, movement, and oral-motor needs.

$25.00

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by Jane Bluestein, Ph.D.

Class Climate & Learning Support Part IV

Increase academic success and reduce behavior problems associated with failure. Here are are concrete strategies for starting with existing skills and continually challenging students to improve.

$25.00

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by Jane Bluestein, Ph.D.

Class Climate & SEL Part I

Reduce stress and negativity with effective ways to encourage and reinforce effort and positive behavior, offer meaningful motivators, and focus on what your students are doing right.

$25.00

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by Jane Bluestein, Ph.D.

Class Climate & SEL Part II

Explore how recognition works better than praise and approval, and what it sounds like. Includes effective ways to engage parent support, and the importance of connectedness in the classroom.

$25.00

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by Jane Bluestein, Ph.D.