Anxiety related issues, just as in our society, are on a rise in today’s classrooms. Each year, schools are seeing more students with diagnosed anxiety conditions and emotional disturbances.
Educators taking this course will build strategies and techniques for meeting the needs of the emotionally disabled student in the mainstream classroom. Educators will research, analyze and develop effective strategies on building positive personal relationships with students and behavior modifications for this population.
This course will offer recent research on behavior modification programs and their implementation in the classroom. Through internet articles, websites and case studies, participants will focus on how to provide a safe and predictable structure that students with E.D. require. This course is appropriate for both regular and special education teachers and PPS Staff.
Interested in Graduate Credits?
You can earn 3 Graduate Level Credits ($100) from MidAmerica Nazarene University for this course. Directions for registering can be found here.
**To earn graduate level credit, participants will need to complete an additional graduate level assignment**