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À propos du cours

Welcome to our next course in the School Health specialization: Managing ADHD, Autism, Learning Disabilities, and Concussion in School. In this course, you will about the most common developmental and behavioral disorders affecting children such as ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, learning disorders, and concussions. We will focus on how schools can support children by recognizing common symptoms and understanding the diagnosis process. You’ll be introduced to scenarios that provide firsthand clinician experience working with children with ADHD. We will walk through management options for the most common developmental and behavioral disorders. Next, we’ll go through two interview modules that discuss autism and learning disorders. Finally, we’ll discuss what concussions are, symptoms, and management Prepare yourself to learn about the most common development and behavioral disorders affecting children....

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31 déc. 2020

This course is manageable and in depth with the mental challenges that children face in the classrooms and how to manage them. I recommend this course to anyone interested in working with children.


2 mars 2021

This is the course that could be an avenue for making a difference in the lives of learners with difficulty. Applying what has learned form the course is a great opportunity to serve with a heart.

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par Mark D

17 juin 2022

I can get through the course without watching the videos and just completing the readings.

par Marisa A C d C S

17 oct. 2020

Muito bom. Sugiro que o certificado contemple o número de horas mínimas envolvidas .


24 sept. 2020

Very good interesting to learn. Tools symptoms with examples good

par Holiday N

28 oct. 2020

Great overview with great resources! Nursing student approved.

par Anne A

24 févr. 2021

This couses was great, thank coursera for this oprtunity

par Khalid M

3 janv. 2022

Well organised and pitched at the learner' level.

par Feodal B

22 mai 2022

very helpful for my education, thank you so much

par H

20 janv. 2021

I thought that it was a good broad overview.

par Divya M

1 oct. 2020

It's a good reading experience for me

par Jemilie P

16 juil. 2020

Very informative and practical.

par Safa Y

4 juil. 2020

it is simple and well organised

par Kathryn B

11 avr. 2022

Lots of good information!

par Karthika N K

17 avr. 2021

Excellent way of coaching

par GUCE, M C

29 juil. 2020

Very helpful.

par Anjali M

3 juil. 2020

good course

par Gio C

16 juil. 2022


par Alison L

26 sept. 2021

The course material and presentation was excellent 5/5.The quiz marking and feedback was shocking 1/5


31 oct. 2020

lessons can be made more engaging and interesting instead of just interview session.

par Kent

29 oct. 2020

Need to change the way the course presented. The interviews are boring.

par Margaret A

29 juil. 2022

The focus was too much on diagnosis and topics relevant to clinical specialists rather than classroom teachers. The required readings were not well selected (23-page literature review!) or specified: "explore this website" - how much exploration is "required"? Some of the material presented in the videos was helpful as an overview but the assessment questions were atrocious!! They seemed to be autogenerated by an algorithm selecting sentences from the video transcript or written by non-native speakers. In the LD section in particular they were so far removed from the main learning objectives that the only thing they tested was your ability to go back and find the relevant sentence within the transcripts in the alloted time. Having an understanding of the actual content would lead you to the wrong answers. Disappointed in this course; my first on Coursera.

par adel s

6 août 2021