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Encouraging and Supporting Newcomer Students

Course #: 02-2398

Price: $24.00

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

'Encouraging and Supporting Newcomer Students' course is designed to provide teachers with the knowledge, strategies, and tools necessary to effectively support students who have recently arrived in the United States from other countries. This comprehensive course covers various aspects of working with newcomer students, including cultural competence, language acquisition, trauma-informed education, family engagement, differentiated instruction, community resources, and creating an inclusive classroom environment. Participants will gain valuable insights and practical skills to ensure the success and well-being of newcomer students in their classrooms. In this course, participants will learn about (1) the prevalence of newcomer students in United States schools, (2) the unique challenges faced by newcomer students, (3)  strategies to develop culturally responsive teaching practices, enabling them to understand and appreciate the diverse backgrounds and experiences of newcomer students, and (4) methods for implementing trauma-informed education practices that support students who may have experienced hardships in their home countries.

CEU Course Objectives

  1. Define newcomer students and their prevalence in United States schools 
  2. Identify unique challenges faced by newcomer students
  3. Recall educational practices that support newcomer students

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Course Date: 2024-06-13

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