Child Abuse Prevention (1 semester credit - Ashland University)
Protecting children is the role and responsibility of every adult. Be it in or outside of school, educators need to be aware of all red flags indicating a child is being abused. Child Abuse Prevention tackles this very sensitive issue and aims to equip teachers with the essentials of recognizing and preventing abuse to maintain safe and secure learning environments.
Every educator should be aware of the different signs, symptoms and indicators of suspected child abuse and this is the focus of Child Abuse Prevention. The course highlights characteristics of abuse, as well as how an educator can respond.
Bullying is a common issue that is seen in every classroom, school and playground. How do we respond to bullying or stop it? How do we help children who are on the receiving end and discipline the bullies? Learn more about this in Bullying: The Golden Rule Approach.
The third section of this course stresses on professional behaviors and ethical standards that teachers may adopt, that will help promote a safe environment for students to learn in. Ethics for Educational Professionals encourages teachers to promote policies and practices in schools, and provides guidance on implementing the same.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Recognize the signs of the 4 types of abuse, and risk factors leading to abuse.
- Recognize the role of educators in the prevention of abuse.
- Identify personal areas for growth in professional habits and traits.
- Discover strategies to defuse potential bullying behaviors.
Online semester graduate credit courses help teachers complete continuing education requirements.
- Start ANY Time
- All ONLINE 24x7
- Regionally Accredited
- 1 semester Credit Graduate Courses
- A-F Grading
- No Textbook Needed
- Includes ALL Content
- 90 Day Access
- Official Transcript in Approximately 1 Week
After completing the course, you will be directed to the university for registration.