Welcome to our the third course in the School Health specialization: Providing Social, Emotional, Behavioral, and Special Education Services in School. In this course, you will learn about how social-emotional skills, mental health, and learning are related. We will focus on how schools can support social-emotional learning and promote mental health for all students.
About this Course
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PROVIDING SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, BEHAVIORAL, AND SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES IN SCHOOL
Great course! It provided a sufficient amount of information to equip persons interacting with children and adolescents for better understanding and interaction.
Very good interesting like studying a story book. And special education, 504 plan good. Liked to study
It's an excellent course that's a must-offer for teachers who is always looking for a better way to make positive impacts in the lives of their learners and school.
It was very imformative ; but i needed something that would be more deep and explain explicitly how to apply intervention plans in schools
About the School Health for Children and Adolescents Specialization
Children and adolescents spend so much of their time in school regardless of where they live in the world. Health and learning are closely connected in the school setting, where good health and healthy practices create the optimal conditions for students’ academic success. And the contrary is also true: poor heath and unhealthy practices build tall barriers to student learning.
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