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New York:  School Violence
Prevention and Intervention

2.0 Credits/Contact Hours  |  $25.00

Course Description

On July 24, 2000, Governor George E. Pataki signed Senate Bill 8236, also known as Project SAVE (Safe Schools Against Violence in Education). This legislation aims to create safer and more effective learning environments in New York State schools. It involves the entire community, recognizing the importance of family and school members in promoting student development. Project SAVE includes training on topics such as school behavior rules, teacher response to violence, violence predictors, problem-solving teams, student referrals, academic and behavioral strategies, and anti-bullying measures.

We have partnered with continuing education industry expert, Premiere Education, to offer the best course experience to our New York professionals.

Intended Audience

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate in New York State

Course Details

Credit/Contact Hours

2.0

Faculty

Amy Adkins-Dwivedi, MS, APRN

Development Team

J. Kendall Perkinson, Trisha Moreno

Language

English

Instructional Methods

Assessment Review​

Take Home Resource

Ungraded Self Assessment-Lesson Recall

Video Narration

Assessment

Autograded & Quiz Retakes Allowed

Daily TEACH Reporting

Graded Lesson Mini Quizzes

Passing 80%+

Approved/Accepted By

New York State Education Department

Learning Objectives

  • Explore trends and factors contributing to school violence

  • Recognize risk factors and warning signs associated with violence and concerning behaviors in children, considering their developmental and social context

  • Compile a list of statutes, regulations, and policies pertaining to establishing a safe and nonviolent school climate

  • Discuss behaviors, effective classroom management techniques, and other support systems that foster a nonviolent school environment, promote learning, character education, citizenship, and civility

  • Explain the roles and functions of student support teams, referral processes, early interventions, strategies, and immediate intensive interventions for students at risk of violence

  • Describe initiatives aimed at defining, identifying, intervening, and preventing various forms of bullying

  • Compare and contrast intervention techniques specifically designed to address situations involving school violence.

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