Health, PE & Coaching
We live in a new era of technology and terminology, one that has created difficulties and boundaries between the common knowledge, language and perception of our students. This world has opened the doors to dangerous drugs; an inevitable problem our student population will face. Dive head first into the vast amount of online and community resources to combat this dynamic problem. Ultimately, teachers will be versed in identifying warning signs and symptoms, facts and myths, slang terms, current trends and prevention techniques. This class will empower teachers who wish to become up-to-date and ready to address drug use within his/her rights as an educator.
This course is appropriate for teachers of all subjects, grades 6-12. Internet access is required.
The required course text book; Drugs & Alcohol: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers & Counselors is available on Amazon for $5, used.
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$5 for required text available on Amazon.
Thanks Brian Long. I appreciated your speediness, positive tone, and engaging questions.~Marla Quesnell
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