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TOPIC: Webinars About Addressing Barriers to Learning and Teaching

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Attendance

Bullying Childhood Development

 

Classroom Climate/Culture

 

Crisis Prevention and Response
Cultural Competence and Related Issues Drop Out Prevention Environments that Support Learning Evidence Based Programs

 

Family Counseling and Support

 

Health Care Policy
Immigrant Students and Mental Health Learning Supports

 

Mapping Existing School and Community Resources for Addressing Barriers to Learning Mental Health/Disorder in Children

 

Parent/Home Involvement in Schools
Physical and Somatic Complaints Policy Related to Addressing Barriers to Learning Prevention for Students "At Risk"

 

Response to Intervention

Rural School Mental Health

School and Community Collaboration School Climate/Culture Social and Emotional Development and Social Skills


Social Media/ Networking
Stakeholders Involving Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention

 

Suicide Prevention
Summer Programs for Students Sustainability of Initiatives

 

Systemic Change, and the Diffusion of Innovation in Schools (the Implementation Problem) Technology as an Intervention Tool Transition from Adolescence Violence Prevention and Safe Schools

 

Youth Development


Strengthening School Improvement by
Developing a Comprehensive System of
Learning Supports to Address Barriers
to Learning and Teaching

****The webinar on this topic hosted by AASA, Scholastic and UCLA on October 29, 2009 was oversubscribed. For those who may not have gotten online and for others who may want to tap into this resource, you can access an archived copy at https://scholastic.webex.com/scholastic/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=TC&rID=48915112&rKey=09f14db0881f5159&act=pb.

To access just the powerpoint presentation click here.

The focus of the webinar was to briefly emphasize why a system of learning supports is imperative for schools to succeed and introduce frameworks that forward thinking states and districts are using to implement such a system.


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