This course helps participants understand why bullying occurs, and equips them with solutions to this issue.
This course helps educators manage cyber bullying in their schools and classrooms and compare it to traditional bullying. This course will examine various types of online bullying at different age levels, gender, and race based on research.
This course helps educators manage bullying in their schools and classrooms and is structured to provide essential knowledge and skills to successfully combat bullying behavior to maintain a positive learning environment.
By the end of the course participants will have a collection of tools, resources, and documents that will be helpful in creating positive collaboration between schools and their communities. Credit availability: 3 Grad credit.
The focus of this course is on the role of a bystander and how he or she can work towards bullying prevention. This course will examine various techniques and skills a bystander can have to prevent or end a bullying situation.
This course has different sections dealing with understanding why bulling occurs and solutions to this issue, dangers of the internet and strategies to help teens use it in a safe and responsible way and recognizing types, signs, characteristics, scenarios, and indicators of suspected child abuse.
Participants will understand what cyber-bullying is, its impact upon teaching and learning, and be able to apply strategies and solutions to cyber-bullying. Credit availability: 3 Grad credit.
The course will examine varying cultures and unique student populations based on the emerging aspects of a diverse society. This course will require that students apply critical inquiry into the intersection of diversity and bullying in schools.
The course will examine varying LGBTQ populations based on the emerging aspects of a diverse society. This course will require that students apply critical inquiry into the intersection of LGBTQ and bullying in schools.
This course is designed to help create a better understanding of the cyber bully. Learn what Cyber Bullying is, why it happens, and learn ways in which to spot cyber bullying. Explore the figures and stats for Internet use and cyber bullying. Credit availability: 10 Clk hrs, Grad credits.