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LEGAL ONE Webinar Archive Harm To Self & Others:Identifying

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Description: Harm to Self and Others: Identifying and Responding to Students in Imminent Danger

Original Broadcast:10/9/18

Duration:1 hour
Cost $40
Accessible within 30 minutes of registration

Instructors: Susan Coyle, MA, TLC for Youth Coord of Middlesex Cty,Rutgers UBHC; David Nash,Esq.;Rebecca Gold

With recent school tragedies on everyone’s mind,all staff need to know what to do when a student may pose a threat of harm.But determining whether or not a student poses a credible threat to self or others is extremely complex.In this session participants will learn about the legal due process rights that must be afforded to students & parents when faced with this difficult question,incl.the additional protections involved for students w/disabilities.Participants will receive info regarding available risk assessment tools & approaches,and learn the latest research on indicators that a student may pose a credible threat, as well as when law enforcement must be involved.


Date:
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time:
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Address:
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LEGAL ONE Webinar Archive Physical Restraint and Seclusion

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Description: Physical Restraint and Seclusion: Understanding the New Legal Requirements

Original Broadcast: 9/18/18

Duration: 1 hour
Cost $40
Accessible within 30 minutes of registration for 1 year

Instructors:David Nash, Esq., LEGAL ONE Director; Rebecca Gold,Former Director of Personnel and Administrative Services, Lawrence Township

Participants will learn about major changes in the use of physical restraint and seclusion for students with disabilities, including required staff training, limits on how to restrain students, monitoring and reporting requirements and strategies for reducing the use of restraint and seclusion.

Available for purchase through 6/30/2020


Date:
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time:
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Address:
ONLINE


LEGAL ONE Webinar Archive Social Media & Students: Legal ...

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Description: Social Media and Students: Legal Do's and Don'ts

Original Broadcast: 2/5/19

Duration: 1 hour
Cost: $40
Accessible within 30 minutes of registration for 1 year

Instructors:Sandra L. Jacques, Esq., LEGAL ONE Supervisor of Legal Research & Content Development; Rebecca Gold,Fmr Director of Personnel & Admin. Svcs, Lawrence Twp

Students are constantly pushing the limits with their social media posts,whether they are commenting about their peers,about school staff or larger societal issues.In this session participants will learn how to analyze student social media activity and determine whether or not it requires action by the school district.Participants will see examples of student posts regarding peers and school staff members, and understand when and how to respond.Finally,participants will learn when learn enforcement must be involved, and the role of schools after such a contact is made.

Available for purchase through 6/30/2020


Date:
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time:
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Address:
ONLINE


LEGAL ONE Webinar Archive Student Field Trips:Legal Reqs

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Description: Student Field Trips: Legal Requirements and Best Practices

Original Broadcast:4/9/19

Duration:1 hour
Cost:$40
Accessible within 30 minutes of registration for 1 year

Instructors:David Nash, Esq., LEGAL ONE Director; Rebecca Gold,Former Director of Personnel and Administrative Services, Lawrence Township

Student field trips provide an invaluable opportunity to expand student learning beyond the school, but also raise numerous potential legal/safety issues. Do we need a school nurse? What constitutes sufficient staff supervision? What happens if a student is injured? What if a student needs to be searched? What rules apply when we are out of state or country? In this session participants will gain a deeper understanding of key legal considerations that should be addressed now, before potential problems arise.

Available for purchase through 6/30/2020


Date:
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time:
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Address:
ONLINE


LEGAL ONE Webinar Archive The ABCs of HIB: New Rules....

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Description: The ABCs of HIB: New Rules, Evolving Challenges, and Next Steps

Original Broadcast 8/27/18

Duration:1 hr
Cost $40
Accessible within 30 minutes of registration for 1 yr

Instructors:David Nash, Esq., Rebecca Gold

This webinar will provide anti-bullying specialists,anti-bullying coordinators & school administrators w/ essential info related to implementing the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights for a new school year.Participants will learn about new HIB regulations & their impact on:

*When to start HIB investigations
*How to address incidents involving students from approved private schools for students w/ disabilities
*How to handle sensitive information when contacting parents
*Role of the school safety/climate team
*Requirements related to students w/ disabilities
*Parent due process rights

Participants will also receive information on recent case law,the latest NJDOE guidance;and resource materials that will assist all districts.


Date:
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time:
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Address:
ONLINE


LEGAL ONE Webinar Archive Vaping in Schools: Legal Reqs &...

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Vaping in Schools: Legal Requirements and Best Practices

Original Broadcast 12/12/18

Duration:1 hr
Cost $40
Accessible within 30 minutes of registration for 1 yr

Instructors: Lori Todd, ASAP-NJ President;James Sarto, Ed.S.; David Nash, Esq.;Rebecca Gold

Student vaping is a growing trend in our society and, of course,our schools.Unfortunately,many students are far ahead of their parents/educators on understanding this phenomenon.Students have become adept at masking their behavior,often vaping right in class.Many school districts address vaping under their tobacco use policy.However,many students are vaping high concentrations of CDS potentially putting themselves at significant medical risk.In this session,participants will gain a deeper understanding of vaping,learn key tips for ID, understand legal reqs that must be met if a student is suspected of being under the influence at school & receive common sense strategies for moving forward.


Date:
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time:
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Address:
ONLINE


LEGAL ONE WebinarArchive What's New:Student Safety/Rights?

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Description: What's New in Student Safety and Student Rights?

Original Broadcast 5/21/19.

Duration: 70 min
Cost $40
Accessible within 30 minutes of registration for 1 year

Instructors:Michael Kaelber, Esq., LEGAL ONE Coordinator for Online Course Development; Rebecca Gold,Former Director of Personnel and Administrative Services, Lawrence Township

This webinar will address the latest case law and legislative developments in student rights areas such as student first amendment rights including use of social media, student search and seizure, HIB update, and student discipline.

This session is eligible for 1.2 NJ and 1.0 PA Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits

Available for purchase through 6/30/2020


Date:
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time:
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Address:
ONLINE


LEGAL ONE: Hazelden Bullying 101 for Educators *ONLINE

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Description: LEGAL ONE: Hazelden Bullying 101 for Educators *ONLINE ONLINE Fee: $25.00 This two hour interactive program provides key information about bullying and cyber bullying, and it explains how schools, community organizations, and parents can create safe, healthy environments where bullying is less likely to happen. Authored by leading experts in the field of bullying prevention, this course includes interactive exercises, video clips, case studies, and online references-making this program enjoyable and informative. Participants will be able to: " Define bullying and cite research about its prevalence " Identify different ways in which a student is bullied " Discuss roles beyond being bullied and bullying others that students can play in a bullying situation " Recognize the common warning signs that a child is being bullied " Define cyber bullying " List the effects of bullying " Describe the best ways to prevent bullying " Explain their role in bullying prevention and intervention

Start Date:
Wednesday, January 01, 2020
End Date:
Tuesday, December 31, 2030
Time:
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Address:
ONLINE


LEGAL ONE: Hazelden Bullying 101 for Principals *ONLINE

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Description: LEGAL ONE: Hazelden Bullying 101 for Principals ONLINE Fee: $25.00 This two-hour course gives up-to-date, evidence-based information about bullying, cyber bullying, best practices in bullying prevention, and how school administrators (principals, assistant principals, etc.) can effectively address bullying. This course employs extensive use of video, interactive elements, and case studies to create an engaging experience for participants. Topics Covered: " Your unique role as principal in inspiring change that will positively impact the safety and academic achievement of students in your school. " The importance of implementing bullying prevention strategies that enhance and work seamlessly with your school's other Safe School initiatives (such as PBIS, RTI, etc.) and your state laws. " Finding the funding resources needed to make bullying prevention efforts effective. " Your role in effectively getting buy-in from school staff and key stakeholders to address bullying behaviors.

Start Date:
Wednesday, January 01, 2020
End Date:
Tuesday, December 31, 2030
Time:
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Address:
ONLINE


LEGAL ONE: Hazelden Bullying 101 ForSchool Counselors*ONLINE

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Description: LEGAL ONE: Hazelden Bullying 101 for School Counselors ONLINE Fee: $25.00 This two-hour course gives up-to-date, research-based information about bullying, cyber bullying, best practices in bullying prevention, and practical tools and strategies that school counselors and school social workers can use to effectively address bullying. This course makes extensive use of video, interactive elements, and case studies to create an engaging experience for participants. Participants will be able to: " Define bullying and cite research about its prevalence " Identify different ways in which a student is bullied " Discuss roles beyond being bullied and bullying others that students can play in a bullying situation " Recognize the common warning signs that a child is being bullied " Define cyber bullying " List the effects of bullying " Describe the best ways to prevent bullying " Explain their role in bullying prevention and intervention " Identify additional resources

Start Date:
Wednesday, January 01, 2020
End Date:
Tuesday, December 31, 2030
Time:
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Address:
ONLINE