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Professional Development and Training

MCEC trains professionals to address the unique challenges facing our military children. All training is grounded in research and presented by highly skilled instructors.

 

An Example: The Journey from 'Welcome Home' to Now

Click to sample the elearning portion of MCEC's reintegration course


Texas OnCourse
Not Just for Texans
An Introduction to 
“Advising Highly Mobile Students” 

Join TexasOnCourse and the
Military Child Education Coalition
for a pre-recorded webinar to explore resources
to support the challenges of Highly Mobile,
Military-Connected Children in School Transitions.

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TedEd

Professional Learning Community - Military Kids: A Constellation of Strengths and Challenges

Eight TedEd Lessons focused on the unique
aspects of military-connected children
and their quest to be college and career ready. 

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Supporting Veterans' Children through Transitions™ (SVCTT) More Info
Responding to Military Children with Exceptional Needs™ (RMCEN) More Info
The Journey from “Welcome Home” to Now: Reunion, Reconnecting, Routine™ - Online More Info
The Journey from “Welcome Home” to Now: Reunion, Reconnecting, Routine™ More Info
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