Crisis Detection and Response; A Sustainable, Accessible, Feasible, Effective (SAFE) Community and School Safety Planning
Abstract or Description
Crisis response in online scholastic settings is a largely unknown yet crucial area of exploration and analysis for the purposes of community and school safety. Although some school safety concerns are null due to the physical distance that an online educational setting provides, others are exacerbated by it. This has become most evident with the Covid-19 health pandemic, which has further illuminated the need for evidence-based online school safety intervention planning and training on both the district and federal levels. Furthermore, educators and administrative professionals themselves are lacking in training and professional development designed to prepare them to detect and respond effectively to varied crisis situations. This study has been designed to meet this need for purposeful, collaborative, and sustainable professional learning, by serving as a foray into the topic of school safety and its implications for the emotional well-being and academic performance of students in online settings.
Southeast Conference on School Climate
Carney, Mary Jo, Juliann S. McBrayer, Chad Posick, Dawn Tysinger.
"Crisis Detection and Response; A Sustainable, Accessible, Feasible, Effective (SAFE) Community and School Safety Planning."
Department of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development Faculty Presentations.