Return to Learn

$49 | CEU Credits: 2

A two hour online course, endorsed by UIL, designed to help teachers, parents, and administrators reintegrate students who've had a concussion back into the classroom.

Student health matters

Students who've had a concussion often face challenges reintegrating into the classroom. In this 2 hour, UIL endorsed, online course we'll show you how educators of all types can help their students recover from a concussion.

You'll learn how to implement a student recovery plan, how to provide accommodations, and get a deeper look into how the brain changes after a concussion. It's all designed to keep your students, healthy, happy, and successful.

Online & On Demand

Take this online course on your time and on your schedule from anywhere with an internet connection.

Two Hours of Training

Learn from our videos, quizzes, and assignments and from guest pediatric neuropsychologist Dr. Scott Burkhart.

Resources for You

Get a complete list of printable resources and websites you can use to help aid your students.

What you'll learn

  • The background information on how a concussion affects a student's ability to return to learn.
  • How educators are imperative for student recovery from a concussion.
  • How to provide appropriate support to students recovering from a concussion through the use of a student recovery plan.
  • Instructional strategies specific to the impairments the student is experiencing.
  • How to accommodate for symptom provocation of a concussion.
  • A variety of resources to support learning after the course has been completed.

Our partners

This online course was developed by ESC Region 13 in cooperation with Pediatric Neuropsychologist Dr. Scott Burkhart, Children's Health Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, and Brian P. Rieger, PhD, Director, Upstate Concussion Center at SUNY Upstate Medical University.

You play a critical role in student recovery.

Student athletes have required plans for how to return to play following a concussion, but not a required plan for returning to the classroom.

Help ensure that all your students are successful, happy, and healthy.