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HWG15065: Sports Medicine for Coaches: Heat Illness
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Credit Hours: 0.5

Exertional heat stroke is the leading cause of preventable death in high school athletics. This course, presented by Dr. Brian Hardin, Physician at Arkansas Children's Hospital, provides critical information for the prevention of exertional heat stroke in adolescent athletes. Dr. Hardin identifies common risk factors for sports-related and heat-related injuries and the symptoms to look for during practice and competition. As Dr. Hardin explains, responding quickly and appropriately can save a life. 

This course was taped on June 23, 2015 at the AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas.

HWG15066: Sports Medicine for Coaches: Communicable Diseases
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Credit Hours: 0.5

Due to the nature of competitive sports, there is an increased risk for the spread of infectious diseases. These diseases are typically spread by skin-to-skin contact and infected equipment shared by athletes. Dr. Michael Israel of Arkansas Children's Hospital identifies the most common communicable and infectious diseases, the athletes most at risk, and ways to prevent and control the spread of infection. Should an athlete become infected, Dr. Israel provides treatment options and guidelines for returning to competition. 

This course was taped on June 23, 2015 at the AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas.

HWG16012: Communicable Skin Diseases in High School Athletics
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Credit Hours: 1

Communicable skin diseases can take athletes off the field and onto the sidelines.  In this course, Nurse Practitioner Kelly Pruett presents the symptoms and treatments for the communicable skin diseases most prevalent in athletes. He also provides several management techniques essential to reducing the transmission of these diseases. 

This course was taped on July 30, 2015 in Rogers, Arkansas.

Warning: This course contains graphic medical images.

HWG16013: The Xs and Os of Sports-Related Concussion: Fact Versus Fiction
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Credit Hours: 1.5

Concussion is a brain injury that is sustained by millions of athletes each year. Understanding the most common signs and symptoms of a concussion, as well as the proper ways to manage a concussion, can greatly impact an athlete's mental and physical health. In this course, Dr. R.J. Elbin explains that much of our knowledge about concussions has changed over the years; what was once thought of as fact is now fiction. He examines the effects of concussion on an athlete as a whole and the primary and secondary risk factors that relate to concussion risk and recovery. 

This course was taped in Rogers, Arkansas on July 30, 2015.

HWG16014: The Latest in Heat Illness, Recognition, and Treatment
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Credit Hours: 1

Recognizing symptoms of heat illness and responding quickly can potentially save a life. Dr. Brendon McDermott, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology for the University of Arkansas, presents life-saving information for coaches and athletes regarding heat illnesses. He provides an overview of the different types of heat illness, detailing the prevention, recognition, and treatment for heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. 

This course was taped in Rogers, Arkansas on July 30, 2015.

HWG16015: High School Fuel: Beginning Sports Nutrition
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Credit Hours: 1

Michelle Rockwell, RD presents eight basic nutrition tips for student athletes.  She discusses timing, portioning, and content of meals and snacks.  She also details the dangers of undereating for athletes.  Ms. Rockwell closes with advice about hydration. 

This course was taped in Rogers, Arkansas on July 30, 2015.

HWH15062: Communicable Diseases
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Credit Hours: 2.5

Communicable diseases are easily transmitted from person to person, but this can just as easily be prevented. From the locker room to the office, Arkansas Children's Hospital's Dr. Terry Yamauchi draws attention to the microscopic world of bacteria, discussing where it is found, how it is spread, and methods of preventing infection. Viruses are also a threat to our health. As with bacteria, viruses can be prevented with very simple practices—all shared and explained by Dr. Yamauchi. 

This course was taped at the Crowley's Ridge Co-op on May 4, 2015.

IAA14069: DREAM Workshop with Susan Bosak
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Credit Hours: 3.5

AETN presents the DREAM Workshop with Susan Bosak. Using her award-winning picture book, Dream: A Tale of Wonder, Wisdom & Wishes, educator and author Susan V. Bosak guides participants on a journey of discovery filled with ideas for student engagement. This workshop includes a 3-hour presentation of How to Teach Literacy Like a Dream as well as an author reading of the book. 

After a review of the top ten findings from motivation research, Ms. Bosak shares classroom-tested lesson ideas using DREAM as a model. This professional development empowers teachers to engage students in examining their dreams for the future in an effort to set life goals and plan steps to accomplishment. Through literacy and art students find a new lens to view possibilities for themselves and the world.

IAA14075: Understanding Alternative Education in Arkansas
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Credit Hours: 1

This course highlights successful Alternative Learning Environments (ALEs) across the state and the techniques and approaches that are used to reach struggling learners. Students are given the chance to voice their opinion on the experiences they have had in an ALE. The teachers and experts discuss a variety of topics, covering everything from student-teacher ratio to the advantages and disadvantages of hiring security guards.

IAB14063: The Journey to 21st Century Teaching and Learning - Understand the Learner
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Credit Hours: 1

Who is the 21st century learner? How do they learn best? Before we can design 21st century classrooms, we need to understand the students who are sitting in them. In this course, we will explore how student learning needs have changed and what this means for classrooms.

NOTE:  This course does NOT count toward the 45 hours used for Disciplinary Literacy Endorsement. For credit, ALL courses MUST be taken as part of Disciplinary Literacy Program of Study.  To enroll in the Program of Study, please see the Programs of Study box on the left side of the home tab.

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