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Register for our Facilitated Creating Healing-Centered Learning Environments for Students Who Are Refugees Blended Learning Course

Helping all children learn is our goal as educators, including learners who may be experiencing refugee trauma.
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Published: April 24, 2023
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At a Glance

Helping all children learn is our goal as educators, including learners who may be experiencing refugee trauma.


  • Mental Health
  • Safe and Just Schools


Session Length

15 hours

Session Format


In this course, educators will learn to identify the causes and impact of refugee trauma on students and design a healing-centered learning environment to support students who have experienced refugee trauma.

  • Course runs June 5 - July 10, 2023
  • Registration Closes: May 26, 2023

NEA (facilitated) national online blended learning courses run six weeks with suggested deadlines to help you pace yourself and provide a certificate for *15 hours of professional development upon completion.


Note: NEA blended learning courses are offered at no cost to NEA members. Non-members may enroll for a $100 fee.

Register now! Space is limited.

* Disclaimer: NEA Blended Learning course participants are encouraged to review the laws and procedures particular to their home state or country regarding the acceptance of NEA 15 contact hours for professional credit.

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