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Reaching At-Risk Students and Underachievers - #SPC17180

Graduate-Level Credit / Non-Credit Hours
3 Semester Credits or 45 Clock Hours

Course Description
Participants in this course will learn how to build academic success for at-risk students by developing student resilience, designing active learning experiences, motivating underachievers, and fostering social emotional skills. Participants will explore strategies for reaching students of poverty and students with ADHD, and learn how to work effectively with at-risk students and their parents.

Global Goals of the Course
Upon completion of the course, the learner will be able to: 
1. Develop resilience skills that build academic success in at-risk students.
2. Integrate active learning experiences that engage at-risk students.
3. Design activities that develop social emotional skills and motivate underachievers.
4. Develop an action plan for reaching students in poverty.
5. Develop an action plan for reaching difficult students and parents.


By Kelly Zanon
Reviewed 11 months ago
Paul Wright is very helpful and thorough in his feedback.

By Amy Haugh
Reviewed 3 years ago
Lori Truter is so easy to talk with when a question arises and her classes always run smoothly. There is never any sense of being lost. She is very precise in her expectations and instructions.

By Heather Schaefer
Reviewed 1 year ago
Great instructor, knowledgeable and informative.

By Kimberly Murray
Reviewed 1 year ago
Course materials were excellent.

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