In the age of technology, the playground isn’t the only place teachers and administrators need watch for bullying. In this course John Linney, M.A. offers resources to empower teachers to identify bullying in all its forms and tools to help turn the tide on bullying.
- Better notice and understand bullying, cyber-bullying and other forms of mistreatment
- Understand the impact mistreatment can have on students, schools and families.
- Improve communication skills to prevent and address mistreatment that students and adults might encounter at school or elsewhere
- Learn practical strategies for addressing bullying and mistreatment on the spot, when it happens, so we can help the targets,aggressors and bystanders
- Know how to partner with your school and students as allies in stopping bullying and mistreatment to strengthen existing efforts
Mr. Linney is an international speaker, trainer and author. As a “climate specialist,” he has provided services and training to over 400 educational institutions, foundations, community partnerships, and organizations in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico & Mexico. John has worked in public and private schools and colleges and as a youth development and organizational climate educator. In recent years, he has worked on improving school climates, integrating full service community schools, youth engagement, and bullying and violence prevention for staff, students and parents.
LINDA – EDINBURG CISD (verified owner) –
I thought this course was very good.
Cheryl – RIDGEDALE LOCAL (verified owner) –
This was a very thorough course on bullying.
Dana – ECTOR COUNTY ISD (verified owner) –
Nora – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Jesus – MCALLEN ISD (verified owner) –
William – MCALLEN ISD (verified owner) –
many things I already knew, but did a very good job framing it in a way that is more effective and efficient.
Lilia – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Very informative, and many great pointers to follow on.
Koprina – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Great information for the classroom teacher to be a positive influence to decrease bullying on campus.
Raquel – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Maricela – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
I really enjoyed it. Van eye opener.