PEDC 9059 Zero Tolerance Bully Prevention
3 Graduate or In-service Credits/ 45 Hours Instructor: Janice McLachlan December 1-30, January 3-30, July 1-30, September 1-29
University of the Pacific
Learn how to implement bully prevention strategies that work in your classroom. Recognize how to identify and deal with bullying behaviors, how to empower their targets, give responsibility to the silent witnesses and learn real prevention skills that work. Bulling is not a rite of passage. Children deserve to have a safe learning environment that does not include physical, verbal or emotional abuse from peers. Teachers will research and develop strategies that stop the violence and form a zero tolerance bully prevention plan that takes a proactive stand to aid children, parents, and the bullies who hurt them. Stop this pattern of pain that exists in every grade level in our schools today and become an advocate for your students. This course is appropriate for all grade levels K12 in every area of instruction including, the Arts, Physical Education, Foreign Language, Math, Social Studies, Science, ELA and Special Education Services.
December 1-30, January 3-30, July 1-30, September 1-29