Children’s Mental Health Overview at NH Transition COP Meeting June 4
June 3, 2020 June is here! We hope you’ll join us for the final online workshop from the NH Transition CoP 2020 Workshop Series, this Thursday at 9 am. Dr. JoAnne Malloy of the Institute on Disability will present Then, Now and Tomorrow: Systems of Care in NH, a Children’s Mental Health Overview. Information sharing and general discussion about transition will follow, as time allows. To forestall Zoombombers we have added a password. Contact Betsy Street to get it if you do not already have the password from an email. Zoom link to use, or call in and listen at (646) 558 – 8656. The meeting ID is 214 717 4398. The meeting will be recorded and posted on the online meeting schedule page with the handouts.
Helping Families Cope with Remote Learning
May 19, 2020 With schools across the country closed, parents are searching for reliable, easy-to-understand resources to support learning at home. Here are a few recommended sites.
The IRIS Center at Vanderbilt University has created a free training module, Parents: Supporting Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic, that offers practical tools and easy-to-implement strategies.
Teenagers need structure and opportunities to contribute during this time of physical distancing. SAU 29 in Keene recommends an article in Psychology Today, What Teens Need During a Pandemic, to help you talk to your teens.
The PACER Center, a champion of children with disabilities has developed resources for families and professionals on distance learning, social and emotional learning and supports, health, at-home family activities . . . Read rest of Helping Families Cope with Remote Learning
Next Steps NH
The Next Steps NH project provided professional development and coaching to selected New Hampshire high schools for the purpose of increasing the graduation rate of students with disabilities, and students at risk. This was done through implementing evidence-informed transition planning practices that helped students prepare for college, career, and adult life.
This website was part of the project and housed all tools and resources developed as part of the project. The website is now supported by the NH Department of Education and managed at Keene State College.
View sitemap page for this website.
Video of the Month
I Sued the School System. A passionate plea to rethink school in the 21st century. More political than our usual choices, but an important message. 6:00-minutes. Searchable video collection
Video Website Tour
Take 5:12 minutes and tour the website. One page website flyer (PDF)
Transition: the process of assisting youth to move from high school to the adult world.
College and Career Ready: having the skills, knowledge and abilities needed to enroll, persist, and succeed in college and other postsecondary training opportunities, and to gain entry into a meaningful career.
Postsecondary: Elementary school is primary education, high school is secondary education, and after high school is postsecondary education.