This course presents 46 research-based tools, worksheets and resources which have been field-tested at schools and in dropout prevention programs nationwide. They help teachers, administrators, counselors and special educators who work with at-risk learners. It also explores the 15 strategies identified by the National Dropout Prevention Center. The book has indexes by grade level, job title and by individual strategy. Educators will research the topic; develop writings, lessons or activities for classroom applications that help at-risk students to be successful in school.
Number of Units: 3.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for current K-12 educators who need to complete professional development credits and/or graduate level courses for license renewal and salary advancement
Required Materials: None
Course Dates and Times: Enrollments received between January 1 – December 31, 2022
Audience: Current K-12 teachers
Refund Policy: Contact the Teacher's Learning Center for refund policy and inquiries, email@example.com
Enrollment Open Through: December 31, 2022 (11:59pm PT)
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The University of San Diego’s Division of Professional and Continuing Education offers graduate-level extension credit for work completed in trainings, workshops, conferences, induction, credentials, and other professional development programs not offered directly by USD. Complete one of the above and a member of our division will help you earn credit for your hard work and dedication to continuing your education.
Earn credit for your previous work in trainings, workshops, and conferences through a simple process.
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Many receiving institutions may accept credits towards degree programs, giving you a head start in earning a graduate degree.
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