|Wed, Thu, Oct 12 - Dec 15|
Character EducationF22-04056CHARACTER EDUCATION – (K – 12) Andrew Paskal - firstname.lastname@example.org 3 Credits – Inservice - October 12—December 15 Character Education is one ‘hot issue’ in education today. It is consistently being debated in households, classrooms, boardrooms and faculty rooms. Participants will be discussing the meaning of character education and whether it can be taught, and if so, how and by whom. Develop 6 lessons on the six pillars of character education.
Special Educattion Law for the Classroom TeacherF22-12010SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW FOR THE CLASSROOM TEACHER Andrew Paskal - email@example.com 3 Credits – Inservice - October 12—December 15 Learn about special education law and their responsibilities in the classroom. As a result , educators will have a better understanding of the special education process. You will also understand relevant laws, their role, and their implementation.
Oppositional Defiance Disorder-Strategies For Teachers and Parents - K-12F22-12009OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANCE DISORDER-STRATEGIES FOR TEACHERS AND PARENTS – (K – 12) Andrew Paskal - firstname.lastname@example.org 3 Credits – Inservice - October 12—December 15 The mandate of placing children in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) has resulted in more inclusion and mainstream students in general education classes. As general education teachers are dealing with new and diverse needs, there exists a need for training. Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD) requires training. As a result you will have a better understanding of how to work with these students.