Bullying: Issues of Gender and Race (prev #: EDU-737TI)

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2 Units
Online Fixed-Date

Course Description

Build on Your Understanding and Application of Bullying Prevention Practices

This course in the Bullying Prevention in Our Schools Certificate program will review the different forms of bullying and in particular how those forms are practiced by different gender and ethnic groups. The course also explores bullying among gender groups and ethnic groups as well as differences in cultural views related to bullying. Real-world scenarios and research articles will challenge you to consider how to address the differences among groups so you can prevent the impact in your classroom and school campus.

Course Details

Number of Units: 2.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours

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

Course Materials: No text requirement

Technical Requirements

Prerequisites:

EDU-X717A Bullying: An Introduction is recommended, but not required, to be completed prior to taking this course.

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Course Date Units Price
EDU-X718A – 041 18 Oct 202228 Nov 2022 2 $400

Bullying: Issues of Gender and Race (prev #: EDU-737TI)

18 Oct 202228 Nov 2022
2
$400
Online Fixed-Date
Online
Jeannie Chufo

Once you have enrolled in your course, log in to your account to access the course Welcome Letter, which includes directions on how to access the Online Orientation and your online course.

EDU-X718A – 042 07 Mar 202317 Apr 2023 2 $400

Bullying: Issues of Gender and Race (prev #: EDU-737TI)

07 Mar 202317 Apr 2023
2
$400
Online Fixed-Date
Online
Jeannie Chufo

Once you have enrolled in your course, log in to your account to access the course Welcome Letter, which includes directions on how to access the Online Orientation and your online course.

What You Will Learn

  • Learn how to identify bullying behavior
  • Develop awareness of the types of and effects of bullying
  • Have a clear understanding of the differences between male and female bullying
  • Recognize and understand bullying on the Internet
  • Learn about research being conducted around the world
  • Know strategies in and out of the classroom to prevent bullying

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