In the Classroom after Concussion is an online course that provides helpful information, practical strategies and resources for educators working with students with brain injury. The course is designed for: Classroom teachers, special educators, school psychologists, counselors, therapists, and administrators.
Total course time: 10 hours. Work at your own pace, on your own schedule.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) in children is a significant public health problem in the United States. A brain injury, caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head, disrupts the normal function of the brain.
After a TBI, children can experience changes in their health, thinking, and behavior that affect learning, self-regulation, and social participation—all of which are important to being successful in school and life.
Most children recover well physically but they can experience changes in behavior and cognition that are not recognized immediately. Research indicates that educators often are unfamiliar with the challenges students with TBI experience.
The In the Classroom (ITC) Course provides helpful information, practical strategies and resources for educators working with students with brain injury.
Access to the full course, which includes: Evidence-based instructional strategies, spread across 9 modules and 21 lessons, with professionally produced instructional videos and supplemental resources.
There are 3 pricing options:
Classroom teachers, special educators, school psychologists, counselors, therapists, and administrators will all benefit from taking the ITC Course.
Access to the full course, which includes: Evidence-based instructional strategies, spread across 9 modules and 21 lessons, with professionally produced instructional videos and supplemental resources. There are two pricing options, one for Professional Develop Units (PDUs) and one for Continuing Education Credit (CEU).
Each unit you complete is worth 15 minutes of PDUs. Completion of the entire ITC course entitles you to 10 hours of PDUs. You can receive 1 CEU.
If you're obtaining PDUs, you can download a Course Certificate highlighting your training, upon completion of the course - reflecting 10 hours of PDUs. You can also choose to print a Certificate reflecting each 15-minute unit you successfully complete.
If you're obtaining a CEU, you will receive and official certificate from the University of Oregon Continuing and Professional Education Office.
You will be able to work more effectively with students who have sustained a brain injury. Practical strategies include tips for how to set up your classroom to decrease distractions, behavior supports, monitoring and assessment, instructional accommodations and more.
It takes about 10 hours to complete the entire ITC course.
No! Any up-to-date web browser, e.g. Chrome, Firefox, Safari will work just fine on desktop, tablet, phone - wherever you are!
The videos included in the “In the Classroom” course are hosted on YouTube. Some school districts block or filter access to YouTube. This may limit your access to this content while on school grounds.
No, the Course Certificate does not represent official academic credit from the University of Oregon.
No. You can move freely between the modules and topics - your progress is automatically tracked for you.
1 year! Organizations with a large number of users may request a longer-term agreement.
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