One of the most critical areas in the field of Substance Use Disorders is knowing who are the experts. Not all training is the same and using the right resources is critical.
Understanding the nature of the dis-ease is essential for good recovery planning. A qualified assessor who considers all the social, emotional, and behavioral issues both seen and unseen is needed.
This engagement highlights the criteria for each 'diagnosis' and the typical recommendations so that anybody going through this ordeal will better understand what to expect.
"Treatment" is the language commonly used for work with dependency but it's more like a partnership with an expert. Understanding key factors in finding the right partner is essential.
Prevention can save lives; children need teachers engaged in their development. Including knowing how to prevent addiction; teachers can be a first line of defense.
In this engagement you will learn how to effectively use online discussions for student engagement.
"Through Their Eyes" is a one act play, written, directed, and acted by teens. This remarkable play highlights the exploration of prejudice in schools through a real life dramatization.
Roles and boundaries help define the way you interact with your students. These roles will define the types of contact you will have in the classroom.
In this engagement you will learn ways to incorporate gamification to design a learning experience for your students.
If you need a refresher of Google Drive and the Google EDU apps before launching into Google Forms, this is a good place to start.
Create your first Google Form with step-by-step instructions. Follow along as Leanna Mullen shows you where to access Forms in your Google Drive and create your first survey for data collection.
Google Forms recently integrated a Quiz option in their build options. In this lesson, you will be able to create an assessment from scratch with a variety of question types and include multimedia.