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Rights & Responsibilities in the Disciplinary Process

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Rights & Responsibilities in the Disciplinary Process

Humboldt State University

  • Tuition: $125.00
  • Tuition: $115.00
  • (You Save: $10.00)
  • Number of: Hours 15
  • 1 university semester credits, 1 university quarter credits
    (university fees are additional)
  • System Requirements
What you need to know
Year End Special - $199

(Valid through December 31, 2014)

All 3 Credit Courses

3 – Credit Course/ 45 Hours

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CE Credits Online and Humboldt State University Extended Education are pleased to offer you online professional development courses designed to improve teaching and student achievement.

  • Standards-based
  • Asynchronous – start at any time
  • Self-paced – work at your own convenience
  • Completely online – no commuting, parking, missed classes and no dress code!
  • User friendly and engaging with numerous videos that model new strategies and skills
  • Facilitated by highly trained moderators.


Humboldt State University (HSU):
HSU offers post baccalaureate, 700 level credits based on a semester system. The credit fee due from the student is $50 per credit.  

Initiating Your University Credit Request
CE Credits Online is the course provider and Humboldt State University is the accrediting institution. The HSU Office of Extended Education issues the university credit, and there is a fee of $50 per credit.  Upon completion of your course, you have two weeks to apply and pay for university credit.   University credit fees are not included in the price listed.  Once we have verified that all your coursework is completed and approved, and we have received the credit fees, your paperwork, along with the fees, will be sent to Humboldt State University for processing at the end of each month. The processing of your credits can take up to 6-8 weeks from the time of your request.

For more information regarding this process you may visit University Affiliations.

Course Description

Course Description:

This course will guide teachers and administrators toward understanding their school’s discipline policies and to better understand and manage disruptive and violent behaviors. It is designed to help create and maintain save and orderly environments. Participants will identify the practical and legal definitions of force as well as their rights and responsibilities, particularly regarding the use of physical restraint. They will also learn to correctly describe and document incidents and explore strategies and techniques that are preventative. This course is an essential tool for all school personnel.

Course Objectives:

  • To investigate teacher and administrator rights and responsibilities in regards to the school’s discipline policies.
  • To adopt non-physical strategies and techniques while disciplining.
  • To define and interpret legal terms regarding use of physical restraint.
  • To correctly describe and document responses to disruptive incidents.
Syllabus
  • Course:
    The Constructive Discipline Series
  • Prerequisites:
    None

Course Description:

This course will guide teachers and administrators toward understanding their school's discipline policies and to better understand and manage disruptive and violent behaviors. It is designed to help create and maintain safe and orderly environments. Participants will identify the practical and legal definitions of force as well as their rights and responsibilities, particularly regarding the use of physical restraint. They will also learn to correctly describe and document incidents and explore strategies and techniques that are preventative. This course is an essential tool for all school personnel.

Course Objectives:

  • To investigate teacher and administrator rights and responsibilities in regards to the school’s discipline policies.
  • To adopt non-physical strategies and techniques while disciplining.
  • To define and interpret legal terms regarding use of physical restraint.
  • To correctly describe and document responses to disruptive incidents.

Student Expectations:

Students will be required to:

  • Research the discipline policies of their school.
  • Complete written self-reflection exercises.
  • Complete on-line tests.
  • Post answers to questions to the on-line forum.

Credit:

Upon completion of the course, students can decide if they would like to receive credit and from which university they would like to receive credit.Please see University Affiliations under the Information Center for the cost per credit.

Class Outline:

  • Lesson 1
    • 1.a Situations in Schools
    • 1.b Examples of Incidents
    • 1.c Imagine a Situation
  • Lesson 2
    • 2.a Force Defined
    • 2.b Who Gets to Decide?
  • Lesson 3
    • 3.a Necessary and Reasonable
    • 3.b Necessary Defined
    • 3.c Reasonable Defined
    • 3.d Making Decisions
    • 3.e Documenting Your Decision
  • Lesson 4
    • 4a. Necessary & Reasonable – Expanded Definitions
    • 4b. Physical Factors You Can Consider
    • 4c. Does an Alternative Exist?
  • Midterm
  • Lesson 5
    • 5a. More On Alternatives to the Use of Force
    • 5b. Assessing the Situation
    • 5c. Must You Act Now?
    • 5d. On How People Cope With Stress
  • Lesson 6
    • 6a. Alternatives to Using Force ” Your School's Policy
    • 6b. No School Policy
    • 6c. IEPs and Use of Force
  • Lesson 7
    • 7b. Review
    • Evaluation
    • Final Exam

    Contact Information:

    info@cecreditsonline.org

    1.888.263.9980

Your State Information

CE Credits Online Anytime-Anywhere

  • Standards-based 
  • University credits available* 
  • Asynchronous – start at any time – 24/7
  • Self-paced – work at your own pace and convenience 
  • Completely online – no commuting, parking, missed classes and no dress code
  • User friendly and engaging with numerous videos that model new strategies and skills 

*University Credits: All CE Credits Online courses are eligible for University Credit. Please visit our University Affiliation page for more information. (University credit fees are additional)

We are affiliated with the Humboldt State University (HSU), part of the California State University System, located in Arcata, CA.

Approved for graduate level semester credits
   45 hours = 3 semester credits
   30 hours = 2 semester credits
   15 hours = 1 semester credit

Receiving HSU Semester Credit: On or about the 1st and the 16th of every month CECO submits completion paperwork to HSU along with the participant’s fee of $50 per credit. Processing the credits through HSU can take up to 6-8 weeks from the time of the initial credit request. Please visit our University Affiliation page for more information. (University credit fees are additional)

Why Chose CE Credits Online

CE Credits Online has been providing continuing education credits to K-12 educators since 2002. Our courses are offered nationwide, serving the professional learning needs of thousands of K-12 educators. Our courses are:

  • High-quality online professional learning courses designed to improve teaching and student achievement.
  • 100% online - no commuting, no missed classes, and no dress code.
  • Self-paced courses, offering participants the flexibility to work anytime, anywhere, 24/7.
  • All CE Credit Online courses are eligible for University Credits (for an additional fee) through our university affiliates. Please visit our University Affiliation page for more information.

Our courses cover a variety of instructional areas and meet the needs of many educator groups, including;

  • Reading / Language Arts
  • Instructional Strategies
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Transforming Instruction with Technology
  • Classroom and Behavior Management
  • Creating Effective Learning Environments
  • Beginning Teachers
  • Special Education
  • Counseling
  • Support Staff