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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. We will walk through the reasons that schools should promote student mental health. Next, we’ll review school wide activities to support skill development and prevent social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Then, we’ll identify strategies for students at risk of developing problems. Finally, we’ll highlight interventions that can be used for students who have significant mental health needs. We will emphasize the ways that schools think about mental health problems and provide services for students with disabilities, which is different than in medical or mental health settings. As part of the course, we will introduce two students to help all of this information come alive. Prepare yourself to learn about an essential piece of student wellness—social-emotional health....

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EB
2019年6月3日

I absolutely love this course! I wish that I knew and understood this information when my children were in school. I am much better equipped to help other parents and students now.

L
2019年12月29日

VERy important information. However, quizzes seemed to test memory rather than critical thinking, If you misspell a word or provide an original response yo will be marked WRONG.

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76 - Providing Social, Emotional, Behavioral, and Special Education Services in School 的 91 個評論(共 91 個)

創建者 Charmaine S

2019年5月23日

Great job

創建者 Jackeline E V M

2020年5月7日

excelent

創建者 Sohan L B

2020年7月3日

Good !!

創建者 Sharlene W

2020年10月3日

I found this course very informative and useful however, I was disappointed with the quizzes as the questions did not permit me to think critical or analytical apart from defining mental health and listing of 3 things I recall from the video about the characters; kelsey and Javier.

Overall, the it was well received.

創建者 Oleksandra V

2020年6月23日

For me this cource was very helpful and could clarify a lot of approaches of social services in school in the USA. I'm sure the materials were not so complicated to know them by heart and at least tell them, not read like our lecturers did. imho

創建者 Nathália P T B d M

2020年5月20日

I think the material provided by the course is quite rich in information of different natures, however I believe that researchers could have explored this information better

創建者 Meenal K

2021年9月1日

including case studies was great but could have provided some orientation to the required reading material

創建者 18_143_Zakaria A

2020年10月17日

I like the video, but not so much for the reading. I prefer to have primary sources like academic journal

創建者 Ajmal A H P

2020年5月22日

One more case study will make this course more understandable and clear

創建者 LuXinyu

2020年7月21日

Very nice! But I hope there can be more examples

創建者 PUJA G

2020年7月18日

VERY HELPFUL COURSE .HAPPY WITH THE COURSE .

創建者 JAHFAR M

2020年6月18日

Good course and useful for society.

創建者 Shruti M

2021年5月12日

Something that the course equipped me with is the understand of how to scaffold structures of support in line with Tier 1,2 & 3 interventions. To be able to contextualize the learnings from the course to my context in India, I would have appreciated reading/learning more about practices that can be executed in the absence of availability of a variety of support structures by the state/school.

創建者 Jemilie P

2020年7月21日

Though the course was meant for an American school setting, some of the methods were applicable for schools in another country.

創建者 Lisa M

2021年1月21日

Lectures are good. Reading material is out of date.

創建者 Amina Z

2020年9月27日

I really liked this course