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Preparing Students to Teach and Lead in a Diverse, Globally Connected World

It has never been more important for educators and other professionals engaged in the field of education to be globally conscious and equipped to instill global competency in their own students. Through engagement with international students, institutional partnerships, on-campus international programming, study abroad opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students, and research with visiting scholars, we prepare globally conscious citizens, teachers, administrators, researchers, and policymakers who are ready to confront the global challenges and embrace the worldwide possibilities of our time.

Upcoming Events

Teach in Spain Information Session

Speaker:  Carlos Berrozpe Peralta, Education Advisor, the Embassy of Spain

When:  4 pm, March 8th

Where: 260A Education Bldg

REGISTER HERE

 

Study Abroad Online Information Sessions 

Ready to study abroad? We have a series of information sessions regarding our study abroad programs this summer and forward! Parents are welcome too! Please SIGN UP HERE

March 3rd, 7 pm

March 9th, 7 pm

Cannot make it? You can also schedule an individual meeting! 

Webinar Series - Education Early Abroad

Incoming Freshman Fall 2022 at the College of Education are eligible to apply for the Education Early Abroad program to Italy. Stay tuned for more details by signing up for one of our free webinars. You can also schedule a zoom meeting with us! 

 

 


 


Events

Trauma-Informed Education, Certificate of Specialization Program, Info Session - Education at Illinois, Online Programs

Launching a new online Certificate of Specialization (COS) program in Trauma-Informed Education (TIE)! Join us to learn more! 

 

Date: June 1st at 12pm CT 

Event Type: Informational  

Presenters: Catherine Corr (Faculty), Michaelene Ostrosky (Faculty), and Jessica Hardy (Faculty) 

What will be covered during this info session? 

During this session you will learn about:  

  • The new online Certificate of Specialization program in Trauma-Informed Education offered by the department of Special Education 

  • Eligibility, program structure, and admissions  

  • Career Implications 

What is this certificate program about? 

The online certificate program in Trauma-Informed Education (TIE) will prepare you to identify and implement trauma-informed practices in education settings. The coursework consists of content related to: 

  • trauma-informed education,  

  • child development, and  

  • researching solutions to issues of everyday practice in education such as behavior, academics, classroom management, strengths-based approaches to support, and individualization.  

Who should attend? 
This certificate program will be relevant for individuals who: 

  • are interested in understanding how trauma impacts child development, behavior, and educational experiences.  

  • would like to learn about the principles of trauma-informed care and how to apply them in educational settings.  

  • are interested in enhancing their teaching skills to be supportive of children who have experienced trauma.

 Upon completion of this program, you will be able to: 

  • Evaluate the impact of trauma on child development 

  • Understand the complex relationship between trauma and disability 

  • Modify existing learning environments to become trauma-informed 

  • Facilitate self-care practices and reflection opportunities in everyday education practices  

  • Research and design practical solutions to issues related to trauma in education  

Students completing this certificate program can apply the course credits earned towards a master’s or a doctorate program upon admission to those programs. 

Sponsor: Education at Illinois – Online Programs  

Please note all event times are in CT.