3 Credits / 45 Hours
in-service credit only
ABC’s of Bullying within the Classroom
A safe and supportive school climate can help prevent bullying. Safety starts in the classroom. Students should also feel and be safe everywhere—in the cafeteria, in the library, in the restrooms, on the bus, and on the playground. Everyone at school can work together to create a climate where bullying is not acceptable. By the close of this course, teachers will have a keen understanding on what bullying is. They’ll be able to recognize the different types of bullying, adopt certain techniques so bullying is absent in their classroom. They will analyze a case study on bullying. They will examine different personalities and risk factors of the bully and the victim, identify warning signs that bullying is happening with your students, prevent cyberbullying, and also understanding DASA. This course is geared for all K-12 educators and special area teachers.
ON-LINE (3 Credits / 45 hours) in-service credit only
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