Bullying: An Introduction (prev #: EDU-737TH)

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3 Units
Online Fixed-Date

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Become a Champion for Bullying Prevention with Online Convenience

Bullying: An Introduction addresses one of the most pervasive and concerning issues facing students, parents, teachers and schools today. According to current research, most teachers find bullying hard to accurately identify and are unsure how to address it, yet it affects their classrooms and school climates and impacts student learning and success. This course will provide participants with an introduction to research, helpful resources and practical strategies for addressing and preventing bullying.  Courses that follow this introductory course will take educators into more detailed coverage: Bullying: Issues of Gender and Race, Bullying and the Internet, and Bullying Prevention.

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Number of Units: 3.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours

Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for K-12 Teachers, School Nurses, Administrators and Healthcare Professionals.

Course Materials: No text requirement

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Course Date Units Price
EDU-X717A – 051 17 Jan 202327 Feb 2023 3 $500

Bullying: An Introduction (prev #: EDU-737TH)

17 Jan 202327 Feb 2023
3
$500
Online Fixed-Date
Online
Jeannie Chufo

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What You Will Learn

  • Identify key elements of bullying behavior
  • Examine the types of bullying and their short- and long-term effects
  • Identify populations most at risk of being bullied or becoming bullies
  • Evaluate research on bullying from around the world
  • Analyze current resources and programs available to combat bullying
  • Develop strategies for addressing bullying

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How is the learning structured? In an online fixed-date course, you and your classmates will proceed through the curriculum together, collaborating in a shared learning experience. Each online fixed-date course is asynchronous, meaning that you can work on your assignments anytime, although required to complete the assignments by specific dates. The course is designed with seven learning modules where all of the content is grouped into weekly assignments. Each module covers one or more topics. Within each of the learning modules, you can expect the following components:

  • Module introduction that outlines what you can expect to learn in the module.
  • Required readings (textbook, articles, journals, etc.) and presentations (audio and/or video).
  • Assignments with due dates (which may include: written assignments, journal entries, research, blogs, etc.) based on the readings and presentations.
  • Discussion forum where you answer prompts from the instructor and interact with your classmates.
  • Module conclusion to review the topics and what you should have learned.
  • Typically, there is a final project, paper, or exam due in the last module that culminates all of the topics covered in each of the learning modules. You’ll find that the design of the learning modules has a rhythm to help you manage your time in the course.

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