Bullyproofing our Schools - DEA 15453

DEA 15453 6 hours

Upcoming Classes

A common problem on playgrounds and in schools is bullying behaviour. This workshop will examine the characteristics of bullies and their victims. Intervention strategies will be discussed that focus on school wide change and individual empowerment. Teaching assistants play a crucial role in implementing bully proofing strategies in the schools. This workshop will provide insight and strategies for assisting in making schools safe.

Objectives

  • To develop understanding and strategies necessary for helping to bullyproof our schools

Outcomes

  • Familiarity with characteristics of bullies and victims
  • Knowledge about intervention strategies that focus on school-wide change and individual empowerment
  • Development of insight and strategies for helping to bullyproof schools
Educational Assistant Diploma Program (Part-time)Educational Assistant Diploma Program (Full-time)
Upcoming Classes

Call (204) 982-6633 to register today!

DEA 15453 1702 Bullyproofing our Schools Instructor: Joan Zaretsky
Sat -
to (1 class)
Room: 2BC50
$90

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