Hanging In: Strategies for Teaching the Students Who Challenge Us Most
- Teacher: Debbie Quinn
Physical Education course offered to students referred by school districts to earn or make-up a physical education credit.
- Teacher: Laura Rubesich
6930 Humanities in the Community. This course looks at the opportunities, challenges, and strategies for developing, promoting, and implementing public humanities projects in various settings, including community development and organizing, community-based adult education, programs in museums and other public humanities organizations.
This course employs Discipline-Based Arts Education (DBAE)- An approach developed by The Getty Center for Education in the Arts.
DBAE presents a sound art curriculum including the following components:
- Art Production
- Art History
- Art Criticism
Students enrolled in this course will use research, writing and the production of art to meet course requirements.
Assisting Educators in Identifying Mental and Behavioral Health,mSafety and Violence, and Alcohol and Drug Issues in Schools.
This curriculum is designed to increase school professional’s awareness and knowledge of student behavioral health issues including: mental and behavioral health, substance use and abuse in students, depression and suicidal ideation, anti-harassment, intimidation, bullying, teen relationship abuse and child abuse and human trafficking.
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