Black History Month | Ethics BCBA CEU Credits: 5 | Behavior Webinars LLC

Black History Month | Ethics BCBA CEU Credits: 5

Original price was: $50.00.Current price is: $40.00.

This is a text-based asynchronized course.

This course provides a comprehensive overview of Black History in the United States, tracing the roots of Black American history from the early 1900s to the present day. It examines the pivotal events and figures that have shaped Black history, addressing the significance of Black History Month, the evolution of civil rights, and the profound impact of Black Americans across various domains including education, arts, politics, law, and sports. Through a combination of historical insights and contemporary issues, the course aims to foster a deeper understanding of the Black experience in America and the ongoing struggle for racial equality.

Syllabi

Objectives

1.     Understand the Origins and Development of Black History Month: Learners will gain knowledge about the historical context that led to the establishment of Black History Month and how it has evolved over the years to become a national celebration.

2.     Examine Key Figures and Events in Black History: Participants will explore the lives and contributions of influential Black leaders and their roles in shaping American history, including activists, politicians, artists, and other pivotal figures.

3.     Analyze the Impact of Racial Discrimination and Civil Rights Movements: This objective focuses on understanding the civil rights struggles, including key legislation, landmark Supreme Court rulings, and major civil rights movements such as the Black Lives Matter movement.

4.     Explore Contributions of Black Americans in Various Fields: Students will learn about the significant contributions of Black Americans in fields such as science, technology, the arts, sports, and more, highlighting how these contributions have enriched American society.

5.     Discuss Contemporary Issues and Future Directions: The course will encourage learners to engage with current issues affecting the Black community, understand the ongoing challenges, and consider the future of racial justice and equality in America.

Speaker/Author

Dr. Jaime Flowers a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP) in California and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) in Texas, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP).  Her current research interest includes behavior analytic ethics, and functional behavior analysis in schools. 

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