About the Course

The Keys to Change

Learn how to provide culturally responsive school-based consultation.

Culture is the foundation of our communities. As the demographics of our nation changes, there is an ever-growing need for culturally-responsive practices.

The work of behavior analysts and other school-based clinicians is invaluable within our educational system. We create improved learning environments, reduce educator burnout, and reduce dangerous and disruptive behaviors in students.

School-based consultation is a model which has been widely praised as an effective route to building school capacity – so how can you be more culturally conscious every day?  The answers are in this course.

Interactive Learning

Transformative

Social Justice Oriented

5 Weeks

 

Approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) as an Authorized Continuing Education (ACE) provider.

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What you will learn

After attending The Keys to Change you will have the following skills:

  • To evaluate your own biases related to race, gender, ethnicities and other cultural diversities, and the impact of these biases on your work as a educators.

 

  • To discriminate between surface and deep culture and explore the impact of culture on the environment.

 

  • Recognize the impact of culture on the behavioral history of students and use social validity as a tool of cultural competence.
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    • Identify the five steps of a school-based consultation model and how to incorporate behavior analytic methods. 

     

    • Integrate culturally-responsive methods within each level of school-based consultation.

     

    • Use a strength-based framework to work with culturally diverse students, families, and educators during all levels of school-based consultation.

     

     

    About your instructor

    Mawule A. Sevon

    Mawule has been in the field of education and mental health for over 15 years, working with children across all age groups within varied communities, and in a range of capacities.

    She has worked with children in impoverished communities, wealthy suburban neighborhoods, and communities at various socio-economic levels in between. 

    The issue that has most captured her attention and catalyzed the focus for her professional practice, is the glaring racial inequity in how disciplinary action is applied across American schools.

    Today, Mawule speaks and trains professionals on this topic at local and national conferences, and is becoming a leading voice in the conversation around fundamental fairness in education as it relates to increasing our cultural competence

     

    How to Enroll

     

     

     

       We start June 6, 2019

      8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time

      Anywhere you have WiFi

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