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About EDSP 332 OL1

An inter-professional approach to trauma-informed and resiliency based approaches that aims to understand and enhance equity and well-being for children, youth, families, and their own selves. In-service and pre-service students from across professions (child welfare, health/mental, education) will build toolkit of strategies.

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Course has 3 synchronous sessions: 9/30 4-7pm, 11/8 4-7pm; and 12/6 4-7pm; Open to Grad and Continuing Education students; The rest of the sessions are asynchronous

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Section Description

This course is part of the graduate course sequence related to Resilience‐Based Approaches with families, schools, and communities. EDSP 332 will focus on the collaborative and interprofessional application of foundational content learned in EDSP 330 or 331. Students in this course will engage in an interprofessional approach aimed to enhance well‐being for children, youth, families, and their own selves. At the end of this semester, in‐service and pre‐service students from across professions (child welfare, health/mental health, and schools) will have built a toolbox of skills and activities that they will be able to use to effectively participate in trauma‐informed collaboration with other professionals and most importantly with children, youth and families who have experienced trauma and adversity.

Section Expectation

1. Attendance at 3 evening classes (the rest of the course is asynchronous with the exception of your group project planning sessions) 2. Class Participation/Online Discussions 3. Reflective Action Journal (6 Total) 4. Trauma and Resilience Toolkit (S’more) 5. Interprofessional Trauma informed Action Project (iTAP) (group project)

Evaluation

We use a grading system called a Labor Based Grading Contract in this class which removes grades from the classroom on an assignment basis, but still results in a final course grade. Traditional writing assessments are grounded in whiteness and privilege. It encourages a critical and reflective space for you to engage with the course material, lower stress, accentuate equity, and emphasize learning over grading. More recently contract grading has been cited as best assessment practices for creating anti‐racist classrooms (Inoue, 2019). The contract grading system will be based on the amount of work you choose to complete for the class. If you complete an assignment you receive the points. Final Course Grades are recorded as letter grades.

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