This course is intended as an overview of the autism spectrum to meet the Professional Development Requirements for the Oklahoma Department of Education. Resources to more detailed information are included.
Introduction - Part 1 As a professional educator, you may come across extraordinary circumstances in your day to day interactions with students. The information in this course is designed to prepare you, should you find yourself in such a situation. This module covers Bloodborne Pathogens, what they are and where they are found, and reviews OSHA’s “Bloodborne Pathogen Standard.” You'll also how to avoid exposure and what to expect and how to arrange follow up if you are exposed.
This course is designed to guide Safe School Committees in determining the best course of action to find professional development that meets the needs of their campus on the subject.
This course is intended to be a brief overview of diabetes and dealing with individuals with diabetes to meet required professional development by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
This course is designed to give an overview of various mental health issues and ways to help students cope with these issues.
This course is intended to fulfill the Oklahoma State Department of Education requirement for annual professional development on the topic of Hazardous Communications. It is not intended to be a comprehensive course on OSHA regulations but an overview of standards that will likely be needed in the school environment.
This course is designed to inform Homeless Liaisons about the McKinney-Vento Act regarding homeless students in our schools.
This course is intended to be a brief overview of child abuse and dealing with child abuse to meet required professional development by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
This course is intended to fulfill the required professional development of the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
This course is designed to meet the requirements for the Oklahoma State Department of Education Parental Outreach course.
This course is intended to provide information and resources to meet the Oklahoma State Department of Education professional development requirements.
This course is designed to meet the professional development required by the Oklahoma State of Education on Alcohol and Drug Awareness.
This course is designed to introduce you to basic information and concepts related to working with ELLs. This course addresses ELL Basics, ELL Proficiency Levels, and ELL Abilities, Activities, and Strategies.
FERPA stands for Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (20 U.S.C. §1232g) FERPA is a federal law that prohibits school districts from releasing personally identifiable information from an education record without the prior written consent of the student’s parent or the student. In addition, FERPA gives parents and eligible students access to their own educational records.
Alcohol and Drug Awareness, Autism, Blood-Borne Pathogens, Bullying Prevention, Child Abuse and Neglect; Child Sexual Abuse Awareness and Reporting, Diabetes Management, ELL, FERPA, Hazardous Communications, Parental Outreach, Racial and Ethnic Education, Substitute Teacher Training, Workplace Safety Training in Schools