Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG)

AEBG 100 18 Hours Parenting with Love and Logic

This course assists parents and caregivers in developing practical skills for reinforcing the expectations their children experience at home and in school. Utilizing The Love and Logic approach, this course will teach six subsets of skills that encourage home environments that stimulate responsibility, prevent misbehavior, and encourage setting healthy limits. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 101 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 1

This workshop is the first of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on neutralizing student arguing. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 102 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 2

This workshop is the second of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on delayed consequences. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 103 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 3

This workshop is the third of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on the proper use of empathy. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 104 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 4

This workshop is the fourth of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on the recovery process. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 105 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 5

This workshop is the fifth of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on developing positive teacher/student relationships. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 106 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 6

This workshop is the six of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on setting limits with enforceable statements. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 107 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 7

This workshop is the seventh of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on using choices to prevent power struggles. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 108 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 8

This workshop is the eighth of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on quick and easy preventative interventions. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 109 3 Hours 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom® - Module 9

This workshop is the ninth of nine separate modules, each of which teaches a different subset of skills designed to help educators create classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. This workshop focuses on guiding students to own and solve their problems. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 110 30 Hours Love and Logic Parenting Children with Special Needs

This course is designed to support adults parenting or working with youth having disabilities by developing practical skills for reinforcing the expectations their children experience at home and in school. Utilizing the Love and Logic approach, this course will teach four subsets of skills that encourage home environments that stimulate positive relationship development, empathetic listening, realistic goal setting and encourage independence. The information included is intended for those already having a strong understanding of the Love and Logic approach. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 112 36 Hours Love & Logic: Supporting Youth with Challenging Pasts

This course assists parents, caregivers and professionals in understanding how trauma and hurtful events affects a childs brain. Students will learn the importance of bonding and relationships, and how to address roots causes of a childs behavior through practicing empathy, establishing boundaries and building healthy relationships. (Fee-Based)

AEBG 114 12 Hours Building Trauma-Informed Communities: Understanding LGBTQ+ Youth

This course will provide an understanding of the LGBTQ+ population, terminology, and stressors/traumas that potentially impact youth. Students will gain insight that will advance awareness of the challenges faced by LGBTQ+ youth and simple tools to break down barriers. Each week will involve engaging discussions and activities that incorporate empathy and affirmation to build safer spaces. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 121 24 Hours Medical Assistant Externship, Administrative

This course is designed to provide Medical Assistant students with field experience in an administrative medical environment. It requires weekly class meetings of two (2) hours a week plus 96 hours of field experience in an approved medical facility. Class topics include portfolio development, job search, professionalism, workforce skills, current issues in the medical assisting field, and work performance. (Grant-Funded)

AEBG 122 24 Hours Medical Assistant Externship, Clinical

This course is designed to provide Medical Assistant students with field experience in a clinical medical environment. It requires weekly class meetings of two (2) hours a week plus 96 hours of field experience in an approved medical facility. Class topics include portfolio development, job search, professionalism, workforce skills, current issues in the medical assisting field, and work performance. (Grant-Funded)