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Developing Teamwork, Empathy, and Support Among Students

Course #: 02-1302

Price: $8.00

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Please Note: This course has varying hours depending on the type of credit you need. See Below.

  • IACET: 0.1 CEUs
  • All Other Organizations: 2.00 Hours
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Course Description

CEU Course Description

There’s a wealth of current research emerging that demonstrates just how good teamwork, empathy, and reliable support is for students -- for now as they work together in their school environemnts and later as they move on into adulthood. Not only are these systems and skills linked to more favorable mental health outcomes and better academic performance, they can also set a student up for a lifetime of increased success and happiness. However, as all teachers know, getting students to productively and thoughtfully work together isn’t necessarily easy. How can we help our students unlock the ability to support each other and work as a team? How can we teach students how to practice empathy on a daily basis? In this course, we’ll go over the benefits and how-tos surrounding support, empathy, and teamwork for students. 

CEU Course Objectives

  1. Define teamwork, empathy, and support in the context of elementary, middle, and high school students. 
  2. Discuss the importance of these practices and systems for the best student outcomes. 
  3. Talk about the various ways to help students grow in and practice these skills. 
  4. Identify the traits that students might exhibit before and after growing in these skills. 
  5. Provide practical tips for teachers who might want to help students grow in empathy, support, and the ability to work in a cohesive, collaborative team.

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Course Date: 2022-08-15

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