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Many people have contracted the stress virus but they don’t seem to realize it. Everyone around them knows it but they are oblivious to it. This course addresses this and much more with the latest 21st century mind-blowing concepts including detoxing your personal and professional life; the effects of humor on the immune system; the effects of the mind and body on sleep, exercise, diet, and aging; the immune system and psychoneuroimmunology; the body as a catalyst and healer; the latest information on heart health; and a variety of professional speakers. Do not miss this class, your future may depend on it!
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Instructor: Dave Schani
Tuesday, July 31 -- Thursday, August 28:30 a.m. -- 12:00 noon AND 1:00 p.m. -- 4:30 p.m.
Room: Straz Center 155
This course will offer a deeper understanding and perspective into ourselves as teachers and making connections with students. The mind is where endless possibilities or struggles are born. As teachers, the renewal of our mind will affect student behaviors and student outcomes. In this course, teachers will utilize one's greatest tool -- the mind -- to reduce mental clutter and allow what we do to flow naturally into our teaching. This will transcend into a sense of completeness within the classroom.
Instructor: Julie Schlick
Tuesday, August 7 -- Thursday, August 91:00 p.m. -- 4:30 p.m.
Room: Straz Center 157
This course is meant to teach all staff about the aspects of students with disabilities. We will look to the processes and development of the opportunities and educational programs.
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Instructor: Melissa Whitaker
Tuesday, July 24 -- Thursday, July 261:00 p.m. -- 4:30 p.m.
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