100184: Early Warning, Timely Response - A Guide to Safe Schools

About the Course:

This course presents a relatively brief review of research on violence prevention, intervention, and crisis response in the schools. It advises professionals, families, students, and staff on what to look for and what to do to help protect ourselves and each other in working to make our schools safer and our children comfortable in the knowledge that they are safe at school.

Author

Dwyer, K., Osher, D., and Warger, C.

About the Author:

U.S. Department of special Education and Rehabiliation Services.

Course Objectives:

  1. to be able to identify early warning signs and develop programs to shape intervention practices for preventing school violence

  2. to learn more about getting help for troubled children

  3. to become familiar with developing a crisis and response plan, as well as with how to respond to a crisis

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