FOSTER CARE SUPPORT NETWORK SCHOOL/EDUCATION TRAININGS SPANISH
Below are the training titles and descriptions for each Spanish School/Education FCSN training. After you have determined which trainings you are interested in ordering, select the number of tests and answer keys you will need for each. Only one answer key is needed for each training per facility. Each test includes a certificate of completion per foster parent.
*We encourage you to check with the licensing entity in your state to ensure that FCSN trainings will be counted toward training hours for your foster parents.
**Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Order online for faster service.
Important Publisher's Note: Reproduction of Tests and Certificates of Completion may VOID your training hours.
**Please note, certificates are NOT mailed with the trainings. Certificates will be issued upon completions of the tests. Once you send us the completed tests, we will correct them and issue a certificate.
Volume 3, No. 9 Spanish Training & Certificate
Educating Your Foster Child: Surrogate Parenting & Other Advocacy for Parents
The importance of teachers, foster parents, and surrogate parents working together for the child's well being, are explained at length in this training.
Volume 3, No. 9 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 4, No. 9 Spanish Training & Certificate
'Leave Me Alone!' Bullying is an Increasing Concern
By teaching children effective ways to respond to bullying, foster parents can reduce their chances of being victims as well as helping them learn how to cope with adversity.
Volume 4, No. 9 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 5, No. 9 Spanish Training & Certificate
Improving Educational Outcomes for Foster Youth
This article examines 10 factors necessary in improving educational outcomes for foster youth. They include: promoting school stability, helping teens connect with mentors, and others.
Volume 5, No. 9 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 5, No. 10 Spanish Training & Certificate
Education Acts: What Foster Parents Need to Know
Education acts and other school jargon might be intimidating to foster parents, but becoming more familiar with terms like these will enable them to better advocate for their foster child's education.
Volume 5, No. 10 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 6, No. 9 Spanish Training & Certificate
Meeting the Educational Needs of Foster Youth
This article offers recommendations on how foster parents can be more assertive in advocating for the educational needs of the foster youth in their care.
Volume 6, No. 9 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 7, No. 10 Spanish Training & Certificate
Foster Children & Education: School Advocacy is a Crucial Issue
This article discusses barriers to educational success, and suggests action ideas for each obstacle. The importance of education is also stressed throughout.
Volume 7, No. 10 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 9, No. 12 Spanish Training & Certificate
Creating a Bullying-free Zone: Having Solid Strategies in Place is Essential
What are some common traits of bullies? Who's most at risk of being bullied? What are signs of bullying? What is cyberbullying? This article explains.
Volume 9, No. 12 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 10, No. 6 Spanish Training & Certificate
Schools & Foster Children: Involvement, Understanding, Advocacy = Professionalism
This article explains how foster parents can be more assertive in working with teachers and other educators. Knowing your rights, and important legislation, are among the suggestions presented.
Volume 10, No. 6 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 11, No. 7 Spanish Training & Certificate
Extended School Years & Other Summer Considerations
For children with special needs, a long break from special education instruction and related services can result in a significant loss in skills. Summer vacation, in particular, can be a time when achievements gained during the school year are lost. This article explains how foster and adoptive parents can help their children avoid the "summer slide."
Volume 11, No. 7 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 13, No. 9 Spanish Training & Certificate
Foster Youth in School
Many teachers, caseworkers, and foster parents lack sufficient training to help foster youth succeed in an academic setting. It is the intent of this article to help address this gap in knowledge.
Volume 13, No. 9 Spanish Answer Key
Volume 14, No. 10 Spanish Training & Certificate
Parental Involvement is Crucial
Parental involvement reaps many dividends. Students whose parents are actively involved in their education attain better grades, higher test scores and long-term academic achievement. Since less than half (46%) of foster youth complete high school, involvement is even more important for foster parents.
Volume 14, No. 10 Spanish Answer Key