Topics and issues in the history of medicine can be used to enhance courses on American history or to enrich specific modules, such as ones about the history of immigration; gender equality; and the crossroads of legal, governmental, and personal authority. Examine the history of four topics - smallpox epidemics and vaccines, the Influenza Pandemic of 1918, Typhoid Mary, and Carrie Buck of Buck v. Bell - in the history of American medicine and their interactions with society, culture, and the law.
Learn how integrating simple, engaging, developmentally appropriate yoga and mindfulness practices, specifically designed for the time and space crunched classroom (including online classrooms) can be a convenient, engaging and effective way to promote the development of SEL competencies, positive climate and student success.
This 2-hour training for school personnel meets the requirements set out in SB (Senate Bill) 282 for suicide prevention education in public and charter schools. Evidence-based training will include identifying:
Requirements of the act, such as identifying a person within the school as the point of contact when a student is believed to be at risk for suicide, and parent education will be reviewed.
Free 30-minute webinar led by Hannah Mariotti, Educational Consultant, and Sarah Wagner, School Psychologist. Based on UNH Professional Development & Training’s full-day workshop “Empowering Educators Coping with Stress.”
According to research nearly half of teachers experience high daily stress. How do we cultivate positivity, especially in challenging times? Learn to uphold an optimistic nature and renew your passion for teaching with research-based effective and simple steps that can be applied both in and out of the classroom.