Equipping Educators To Recognize And Address Student Mental Health In The Classroom
Managing a classroom with students who have mental health issues can be very exhausting for educators… and costly for school districts.
What if there was a way to cost-effectively train teachers to be more confident in behavior management while saving valuable district resources?
Introducing The Training Program That Arms Your Educators With Everything
They Need To Support All Of Their Students
Are Student Behavioral and Mental Health Issues Affecting Your School?
The prevalence of students with mental health issues is rapidly increasing.
Are your educators struggling with the behavioral challenges directly associated with student mental health issues they are facing in the classroom?
As an administrator, you know they need training, and you’re responsible for providing them with the skills they need. You would like to offer meaningful training, but you haven’t found a simple practical solution that you can use.
- To support educators who are on the frontlines in dealing with the mental health crises they are facing every day in the classroom.
- To secure a cost-effective way to efficiently train all your educators simultaneously without having to schedule your staff in one location on a given day.
- To provide expert training from those in the field to give your educators effective strategies on shaping student behavior.
- To easily integrate student mental health training for new hires throughout the year and keep training consistent.
- To demonstrate to parents and Board Members that you are proactive in handling student behavior issues.
Are These The Concerns Holding You Back?
- Don’t have time or resources in your school budget?
- Only have so many days available during the school year?
- So difficult to get all your educators in one place at one time?
You’re not alone.
We Understand That Teacher Training Programs Need To Meet A Wide Range Of Requirements
- The training needs to be delivered by professionals with a high degree of experience and expertise in the subject they are offering.
- The training must be cost-effective and easily implemented to immediately start.
- Equip your educators with everything they need to succeed NOW — not when their classroom challenges are getting so overwhelming and students are failing.
- Create a consistent training program for new hires and seasoned professionals.
Your Educators MUST Be Given Training Materials That Are Practical & Actionable
Capitalize on our years of expertise.
Dr. Regina M. Peter
Executive Director/Founder of Newmark Education
I have served as teacher, principal, and director in state-approved schools for children with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders for over 20 years.
As the Co-Executive Director and Co-Founder of Newmark, I have developed a model special education program for New Jersey school districts, helping to create and implement successful behavior modification programs in public schools. At Newmark, I am responsible for developing and implementing the day-to-day management of both the Newmark K-8 and High School, and supervising a staff of 75 educators, developing curriculum, monitoring academic and social/emotional achievement of each student and overseeing all fiscal management of the schools.
Executive Director/Founder of Newmark Education
As the Co-Executive Director and Co-Founder of Newmark, I have over 18 years of experience training educators in the field of special education and a clear understanding of how mental health issues manifest themselves in the classroom.
Additionally, I spearhead the Newmark Teacher Training Institute which provides critical teacher training and professional development for public school teachers in the areas of children’s mental health issues and effective behavioral modification in the classrooms. I have worked hard to ensure students succeed both academically and socially in an atmosphere that holds them accountable for their own achievement, regardless of their mental health disabilities.
Cathleen George, LCSW
Supervisor of Counseling, Newmark Education
I have over 18 years of experience in the mental health field, with the last 14 spent as a clinician at Newmark Schools. I have also worked in foster care and in a hospital setting. In addition to providing counseling services to students, I focus on training staff on mental health issues and shaping student behavior.
I received my Bachelor of Science degree from Caldwell College, and MSW from Fordham University. I also maintain a private therapy practice and am a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
Newmark K-8 and Newmark High School
Newmark is the expert. Newmark K-8 and Newmark High School are state-approved, private schools located in a state-of-the-art facility in Scotch Plains, NJ. For the past 18 years, we have served students ages 5-21 who are strong academically, but live with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Attention Issues and other Developmental Disabilities.
Newmark has made a significant difference in the lives of students and teaching professionals with our strategies and methodologies that clearly work. We have schools that prove it.
The NextMark Teacher Training Program — What’s Inside
With our Teacher Training Program, we’ll guide your educators on how to recognize student mental health issues in the classroom and provide real life practical strategies to manage student behaviors.
Arm Your Educators With The Tools To Move Through This Process With Confidence!
They’ll have the tools and templates they need to tackle every step, including:
- Recognizing Anxiety Disorders, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Mood Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Oppositional Defiant Disorders (ODD) in the classroom.
- Shaping students’ behavior with effective strategies that work.
- Building a repertoire of strategies that can be applied to all of the possible situations that may arise.
- Motivating educators to confidently handle student behavioral challenges in the classroom.
There’s no reason to reinvent the wheel — EVERYTHING is provided for your educators.
The Training Program includes:
- Eight hours of online training videos
- Case Studies
- Educator Check-in Materials
- Toolbox Strategies Cheat Sheet
- Q&A Call Sessions
Here’s What Participants Say
“This was one of the best trainings I’ve ever had! I’ve gained so much perspective about students with disabilities. I was able to go back to my classroom with strategies I could implement immediately, and I’m already seeing a difference in my students’ behaviors.”
Get A Sneak Peek Inside The Program
The self-paced training program is divided into five of the most common mental health issues educators face in the class: Anxiety Disorders, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Mood Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD).
Each module is self-paced and features a step-by-step guide to lead educators through that program. Together, these five modules form a complete roadmap for identifying and managing the student mental health issues in the classroom.
Each module features recorded videos by Cynthia Allman and Cathleen George in which they give an overview of each mental health disorder and effective, actionable strategies for the classroom.
View at your own pace to go deeper into the student mental health issues in your classroom.
Case Studies, Educator Check-In and More
Each module comes with case studies providing insight into what behaviors look like in the classroom with examples from elementary, middle and high school students.
Throughout the training, educators also have access to Educator Check-Ins that provide a helpful reflective resource and a handy Teacher Toolbox cheat sheet to practice these strategies in the classroom.
Educators Earn Professional Development Hours
Each module includes training and classroom strategies for Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Educators earn 20 Professional Development (PD) hours after completing the entire training program. This includes implementation of practice strategies in the classroom and additional readings.
You’ll have unlimited access to the materials for one year with your paid subscription and login credentials.
During that time, you may also receive updates and additions to the material. And, with your subscription, new hires can be trained instantly.
Online Q&A Session
After completing the training, your educators can join in a Q&A Session to ask the experts questions about classroom implementation and more.
These sessions are designed to help provide solutions to real-life issues in the classroom.
Who is this Training Program for?
If you’re a School Principal, School Board Superintendent or Director of Special Services and your teaching staff is struggling with student mental health issues in the classroom, this program is for you. This program is designed for all K-12 educators, including classroom teachers, paraprofessionals, counselors, Child Study Team members, related services members and school administrators.
What does the Training Program include?
The self-paced training includes modules for Anxiety Disorders, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Mood Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD).
Each module will have an explanation of how the the student mental health disorder manifests in the classroom and a strategies section. Each module includes case studies, required quizzes, Educators Check-in and a handy Teacher Toolbox cheat sheet. After completing each module, users will be eligible to print a completion certificate for Professional Development hours.
Once we purchase the program for our school/district, how long does it take to start offering training to our staff?
Immediately. All we need is an email address for each staff member. Once that is in place, your staff can log on from any device with their email address and course password.
How many users can participate in the training from my school/district?
Our training can accommodate an unlimited number of participants, and is only limited by the number of licenses you obtain.
How will I know who completed the course?
Administrators will receive user reports to track completion.
What are the technical requirements to take the course?
Participants only need access to a web-browser.
What is the pricing structure?
Please contact email@example.com or call 848-666-7217 for a free quote.
Is there a refund policy?
Refunds are subject to the conditions specified in the signed licensing agreement with NextMark Foundation.
Can educators earn Professional Development (PD) through this course?
Yes. Each module includes training and classroom implementation. Participants will earn twenty (20) PD hours for the entire program.
Is there technical support?
For any technical issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Are there additional courses available?
Yes! Stay tuned for more.