This course is a series of three 6-hour modules designed to educate school administrators, teachers and staff on the impact of multiculturalism in the school environment, learning, and interpersonal communication.
The ESOL Institute provides PK-12 teachers with training to meet the educational needs of students for whom English is a second language, and the opportunnity to earn an Arkansas Department of Education Professional Development Certificate in Teaching English Learners.
This series offers both new and experienced mangers the opportunity to explore best practices and the practical 'how to' of multiple management areas and challenges.
Participants will become familiar with general educational issues and music education trends affecting students with special needs in the United States.
This course integrates Occupational Therapy with primary care practices.
The purpose of this course is to provide social workers and other practitioners who interface with families involved in the criminal justice system with effective tools and resources to support families experiencing incarceration in federal, state, and local prisons in the United States using a strengths-based, multi-systems life course (MSLC) perspective.