We are pleased that you have decided to take the 60 Seconds, Self Regulation for Success for Educators. Below you will find a course description, the instructor’s biography, and course FAQs. This course is on-demand and may be taken anytime within a two-week time frame. The course with the quiz takes approximately 3 hours to complete.
*Special Pricing for school groups and districts are available.
You can come back to the course and finish it within two weeks. The course is available 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.
If you have any questions about the course, contact support at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you enjoy the course!
The 60 Seconds for Educators is an online on-demand course designed for educators. We estimate the course will take you approximately 2 hours to complete.
Once you enroll in the course and pay for the course, you will be directed to the log on and given a link to begin the course. Students can progress through the readings and final quiz at their own pace during the 2 week enrollment period.
The online class is designed for teachers, aids, and school personnel who work with students on a daily basis. Any teachers that are seeing a rise in misbehavior or lack of attention in the classroom will benefit from this class.
1. Bridge the gap between what science knows and what education does.
2. Comprehend the science behind misbehavior and inattention.
3. Recognize stress in students and its roll in their behavior.
4. Understand the science behind the 60 Seconds method.
5. Implement the most efficient styles of intervention.
The course is divided into 4 areas:
1. An overview of Self-Regulation
2. Understanding how the Central Nervous System and the Brain play a part in student’s learning and every day life
3. Optimal interventions for Trauma and Stress
4. Dr. Reggie’s Resources for success
The following learning materials are recommended by Dr. Melrose to accompany the course:
Each student taking this course will take a 20 question final quiz at the end of the course. A score of 16/20 will be required to pass the course. A student may retake the course anytime within the 2-week window to improve their score. Students who receive a score of 16 or higher out of 20 will receive a completion certificate.
This is a self-paced on-demand course that you make take 7 days a week and 24 hours of the day.
Call 951-245-6970 for School, District, or County Discounts for multiple teachers.
Post-Doctoral Training (3 years) with Dr. Peter Levine in Neuroscience & Somatic Experiencing, San Diego, CA, 2000
Ph.D. Clinical Child & School Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, CAN, 1997
M.A. Developmental Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, CAN, 1993
B.A. Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, CAN, 1992B.A. Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, CAN, 1992
2008-2009 Adjunct Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB)
• Lecturing re: gestational, infant, toddler, child, and adolescent development with an emphasis on the brain and nervous system
2005- Author, Lecturer, and Consultant
• Writing, lecturing, and consulting re: current neuroscientific research, its educational implications, and its influence on the development of trauma healing approaches
2002- Psychoeducator/Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP)
• Private practice psychoeducation work as stress and trauma healing specialist
• Somatic experiencing (SE)/self-regulation training (SRT) with children,
adolescents, and adults
• Consultation with educators & parents of children of all ages
1997-2005 School Psychologist, Long Beach Unified School District
• Psychoeducational assessment of children & adolescents
• Individual & group counseling re: bereavement, divorce, incarceration, anger
• Collaboration with mental health re: suicide assessment, emotional disturbance
• Participation in, and leadership of, multidisciplinary team meetings, i.e., SST, IEP
• Development & facilitation of emotional disturbance (ED) task force (1997-1999)
• Consultation with teachers and parents
• Leadership in professional development including training of LBUSD personnel
• Special assignments: ED coordinator (2001-2002) & ED consultant (2003-2004)
2000-2001 Mental Health Coordinator, Long Beach Unified School District
• Coordination of collaboration between L.A. County Department of Mental Health (DMH) and LBUSD
• Development of service delivery model, operational agreements, memorandums of understanding, collaboration protocol, all procedure including referral & crisis intervention processes, district documentation including referral, consent & accountability feedback forms
• Facilitation and mediation of working relationships between mental health service providers and educational staff as well as between DMH and LBUSD directors
The online course concludes with a 20 question quiz. Upon passing the quiz each participant will receive a Certificate of Completion for professional development hours.
We highly recommend that you download CHROME before taking this course for the best experience.