In this course, you will learn about the critical roles of threat assessment, information sharing and follow up support in your schools overall safety strategy, including key questions and processes that have been identified as best practices from decades of school safety research. This course was created to be helpful for every school professional because it contains foundational knowledge that can help everyone in the school understand their role in the systems that are created to maintain school safety and build positive school climate.
This course will provide you with a framework for how to think about school safety and engage in your schools systems and strategies.
At the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Identify when, why and how to share information about students of concern with others.
- Identify and describe threat assessment procedures with students of concern.
- Understand threat assessment follow-up and safety planning for a student of concern.
- Identify, describe, and apply adaptive and technical leadership strategies for a safe school climate.
Target Audience: K-12 faculty.
Course is offered by University of Colorado at Boulder.