educ546 | Graduate
Promoting Safe School Environments
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School Safety Interventions
- Differentiate among school safety intervention programs.
- Describe school safety programs.
- Analyze school curriculum that promotes safe schools.
Comprehensive Crisis Response
- Describe the purpose of a comprehensive response plan.
- Identify the components of a comprehensive response plan.
- Analyze current crisis incidents.
Communication, Collaboration, and Continuous Improvement; Comprehensive Safe School Plans
- Generate communication practices with key stakeholders.
- Evaluate school and community collaboration practices.
- Research key strategies for continuous improvement of comprehensive safe school plans.
- Evaluate requisite components for an effective comprehensive safe school plan.
- Create a comprehensive safe school plan.
- Determine implementation methods for a comprehensive safe school plan.
- Compare evaluation strategies for determining the effectiveness of a comprehensive safe school plan.
Overview of School Safety and Violence
- Analyze internal and external threats to school safety.
- Summarize the evolving threats to school safety.
- Evaluate strategies for creating a safe school environment.
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