EDU 139 - Physical Restraints and other Non-Violent Forms of Intervention
1 Lecture Hours
This course offers classroom teachers and aides an overview of the hierarchy of interventions that may be used with students exhibiting disruptive behavior. Various models of physical restraint, as well as when and how these are appropriately employed, will also be addressed. Local laws and school policies pertaining to the use of physical restraint will be discussed.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Identify and define methods of indirect and direct methods of classroom intervention.
- Explain the appropriate uses and techniques for a variety of intervention techniques, including physical restraint.
- Examine and analzye local laws that govern the use of physical restraint.
- Identify school policies pertaining to the use of physical restraint.
- Classroom management
- Indirect and direct interventions in the classroom
- Types of interventions including physical restraints
- Local laws related to the use of physical restraints
- School policies related to the use of physical restraints
- Ethical considerations related to the use of physical restraints
Current reference materials.
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 04/28/2010
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