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  • Creating Compassionate Classrooms: Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)

  • 3 P Credits, Classroom Management

Creating Compassionate Classrooms: Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)
  • Creating Compassionate Classrooms: Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)

$149

*You are purchasing a course without university credits. You may purchase your credits later upon completion.

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Many students enter classrooms every day bearing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) that affect their learning, their future health and their ability to succeed in the short and long term.  Creating Compassionate Classrooms provides teachers with an understanding of how teachers can help students can overcome adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) by adopting compassionate methodologies in the classroom and learning community.

During the 2016-2017 school year, 104,088 students were reported homeless in New York City alone. While this is just one example of a traumatic event students may face throughout their school year, this is a substantial number of students for whom traditional discipline and management routines will fail. These students, along with others, require a school culture that is built upon compassion, while identifying and supporting their needs and build them a bridge to success.

Participants will learn:

  • The research and scientific rationale that supports the need for compassionate schooling.
  • About Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and those students who are in a continual state of physical and emotional stress or have experienced a singular traumatic event.
  • The strategies and have the tools and resources to create a compassionate classroom.
  • The ability to collaborate with colleagues to a create school-wide culture of care.
  • Create learning conditions that alleviate the interference of traumatic experiences that have been or are beyond the teacher and student’s control.
  • Examine the Social Emotional Learning (SEL) standards that define student competencies needed to succeed.

Enrollment:

How to Register and Enroll

To complete enrollment you must register and pay for each course on both the CE Credits Online website and the ASPDP site.

  • Add the P Credit course(s) to your Cart.
  • When you are ready to check out, go to your cart. You will be asked to log-in to your account or create a new account.
  • Follow the enrollment and payment prompts. If you have a coupon/discount, you will be asked to enter it during the enrollment process.
  • Upon purchase, you will receive an email receipt and be able to login to your eClassroom at CE Credits Online 
  • Important: You must register for each CE Credits Online course on the NYC DOE ASPDP website. Our courses are in the ASPDP catalog using the provider drop-down menu and selecting CE Credits Online. At that time you will pay the NYC DOE ASPDP fee of $125 for a 3 P Credit course $45 for a 1 P Credit course when you register.
  • Please Read: ASPDP Refund Policy & Program Policy for more information. Courses must be complete by the end of each semester to receive credit. You can contact us at support@cecreditsonline.org with any questions.

Credits

“P” Credit, A+ Credit and CTLE hour Requirements

Courses are available for “P” credits and A+ Credits for NYC Salary Differentials and/or CTLE hours.

Credits Earned: 1 or 3 “P” Credits or A+ Credits and/or 15 or 45 CTLE Hours.

You can take up to 12 Credits per provider each semester.

You must earn your 30 credits above your master’s degree to qualify for a salary differential. Your NYCDOE date of hire determines how many of these credits can be fulfilled by A+ credit, and/or other credits (i.e., P credit, graduate courses taken through a college or university, CLEP tests, and a 2nd Master’s degree): 

  • Fully appointed teacher hired on or after September 1, 2019 must obtain a minimum of 18 A+ credits in order to earn their salary differential unless they have already attained an additional Doctorate, or an additional Master’s in an approved related area as determined by the Joint Accreditation Committee (JAC). 
  • Fully appointed teacher hired on or after September 1, 2017 but before September 1, 2019 must obtain a minimum of 6 A+ credits towards their differential unless they already earned their salary differential before September 1, 2019. 
  • Fully appointed teachers hired before September 1, 2017 are not required to use A+ credits to obtain their salary differential. If they choose to submit A+ credits towards their salary differential, they must obtain a minimum of 6 A+ credits. 

All ASPDP courses can count toward A+ or P credit. You must register with ASPDP by the registration deadline to earn credit toward your +30. You will not be eligible for credit toward your salary differential if you do not register with ASPDP by the deadline.

University pricing options

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