Attending college or other postsecondary education can be a challenge for any person. However, children in care face unique educational challenges as a result of the complex trauma they have experienced and a lack of resources and support. This course explores how resource parents can help youth in grades 6 to 10 overcome obstacles, prepare for postsecondary education, and achieve their educational and career goals. (For parents in California, this course is equivalent to Turning Dreams into Degrees, Education Course 1.)
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
understand the unique educational challenges youth in foster care face
understand how to help youth plan for postsecondary education
understand the difference between fixed mindset and growth mindset
describe the five stages of changing a behavior
identify a variety of educational pathways, including 4-year universities, 2-year community colleges, and vocational training programs
know the education planning milestones for middle schoolers, 9th graders, and 10th graders
4 credit hours, $20.00 per person.
This class explores how to prepare youth in grades 6 to 10 for postsecondary education, including:
challenges to education for youth in care
stages of change
education planning milestones
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This was one of the most informative training. I enjoyed the information and would recommend all Resources Parent to take to further their knowledge about Postsecondary education for all students in high school learning.