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College of Education Professional Development Portal
Understanding the Grief of Children and Adolescent
Understanding the Grief of
Children and Adolescents
By Heather Servaty-Seib
Associate Dean of Honors College
Professor of Educational Studies, College of Education
Grief and bereavement is such a unique experience and is unique to each individual. This course is designed to help those that work with children and parents help youth understand death and the morning process.
The course consists of five modules including videos and discussion questions.
Objective #1: Identify ways to discuss death with children.
Objective #2: Differentiate between Bereavement, Grief, and Mourning
Objective #3: Compare Mourning Theories
For Individual registration: Teachers can receive 5 PGP points for completing the entire program.
Group registration is available for a group (2 or more) that would like to use this for a professional development opportunity.
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Registration in this course is subject to the Purdue Online Non-Credit Policies.
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