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Providing Social, Emotional, Behavioral, and Special Education Services in School, University of Colorado System

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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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by IV

Apr 30, 2019

very educating and well presented for easy understanding

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by Ike chikamso victor

Apr 30, 2019

very educating and well presented for easy understanding

by Miguel Sanchez Cardoso

Apr 22, 2019

Great information, thanks

by Thayalani Narayanasamy Gomez

Mar 27, 2019

very good lesson and topics

by anisha bhandari

Mar 25, 2019

awesome as a introductory course .

by Robin Olivé

Mar 13, 2019

It provides much more detailed and extensive information than any other course I have ever done before, as well as a comprehensive framework to deal with many of the difficulties and problems within the schools.