Crisis Response Intervention

Course Description

This course provides students with knowledge and training in the prevention and intervention of school crisis. The framework focuses on students developing a protocol for the preparation, prevention, response, and recovery of a crisis while accounting for the mental health, physical safety and health of individuals related to the crisis.

Learning Outcomes

  • Students will formulate a plan for a comprehensive school based multi-disciplinary crisis team.
  • Students will evaluate evidence-based interventions and strategies to support students and staff.
  • Students will assess the potential for a traumatic event.
  • Students will design a crisis response plan based on school and community resources for a school campus.

Prerequisites

  • PED603

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Sanford College of Education

“Our goal is to deliver high quality educator preparation programs that feature social-emotional learning and evolve inspiring professionals who have positive impact in PK-12 school settings.”
Sanford College of Education
Osvaldo A.
Class of 2019