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CEUs 1.5, 3.0 or 4.5


All of our continuing education and professional development classes can be completed on your time, at your convenience, whenever you want to study!




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Bullying Prevention

In 1.5, 3.0 or 4.5 continuing education units


Course Description:

Bullying prevention is a topic that every teacher must eventually deal with in their career. Students in this course will explore how bullying is a result of the relationships between the individual, family, peer group, community and culture.  Teachers will learn how to prevent bullying from happening in their classrooms, as well as how to help bullied children cultivate the resources needed to heal.  They will learn to create classrooms that are non-violent, compassionate and safe places to learn.  Some of the topics covered in the course include:  the differences between boy and girl bullies, the role of peers in bullying, classroom atmospheres that support or discourage bullying, sexual harassment, as well as how to implement a successful intervention program.


Goals and Objectives:

As a result of this participation in this course, students should:

1. Understand the dynamics of the bully-victim-bystander triad and its role in bullying.

2. Describe gender differences in bullying and implications for interventions.

3. List specific ways in which teachers can adapt their classroom environments and teaching styles to discourage bullying

4. Create specific interventions in which to build social competency skills in the classroom.

5. Determine the values necessary in developing an effective prevention program.

6. Understand the importance of the peer group and utilize it to prevent bullying.



The required text is:

Sullivan, K. (2011) The Anti-bullying Handbook 2nd edition. Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications.MD:  Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.