"The class I am taking under Tammy Berg's instruction is both enjoyable and useful. Her assignments focus on important topics in the reading material and lead me to apply the subject matter directly to my job. Her responses to the assignments I've submitted have been quick and helpful. I would recommend Tammy's courses to anyone looking for a worthwhile challenge."
- Steve H.

Understanding and Engaging Learners with Mental Health Needs

Print Based Course Printed Course


This course reflects the growing awareness that students' emotional and mental health is key to their success in school. The readings for this course offer scientifically up-to-date, all-in-one guides to the whole range of often co-existing neuro-behavioral disorders in children, from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder, and bipolar disorder to autistic spectrum disorders, nonverbal learning disabilities, sensory integration problems, and executive dysfunction. This course provides accessible information on causes, symptoms, interactions with other conditions, and treatments. In addition, effective behavioral strategies for responding to children. After completing this course, educators will have a good knowledge base of childhood mental health conditions as well as how they can play a stronger front line role in identifying potential mental health issues and help students thrive both academically and socially. This course contains content from another SCT course, the Co-existing Neuro-behavioral Course, but has brand new Mental Health Content. This is a very timely course with all of the new findings on mental health needs in school today.
Instructor: Tammy Berg
Phone: 715-387-4653
Email: info@sctgradclasses.com

A sample syllabus, course objectives, or lesson overviews are available by contacting the instructor.

SCHOOL CREDITS SESSION/DATES COURSE SPECIFICATIONS COURSE FORMAT MORE INFO REGISTRATION
University of Sioux Falls 3 Enroll Anytime
(6 months to complete)
EDU_SCT.14 Print Based
QC denotes "Quarter Credits" • 5 Quarter Credits = 3.33 Semester Credits • 4 Quarter Credits = 2.67 Semester Credits