school climate

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

The latest and best strategies for great school climate–part II: putting what you’ve learned to work

So now you know the ingredients for quality school climate and you’ve  seen the data that points the way.  But how do you get your school there?  To be blunt: what do you do when you get it…and they don’t?  In this TeleClass we outline the activities, strategies and interventions to use in your school building to build a united front when it comes to building-wide expectations and get staff working as a cohesive team for holding students accountable for their behavior.  We will give you a number of staff development activities and demonstrate how to use them.  At the conclusion of the class, you will receive copies of all described activities, and a set of Power Points that you are free to use in your building and in your work.

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Sunday, January 1st, 2012

The latest and best strategies for great school climate **Free class**

Schools have been striving to bullyproof their buildings now for a number of years–long enough to create opportunities to learn what works and what does not.  How do we get a bully to stop?  What should we be telling victims? Where should schools focus their limited prevention resources?  We have several hundred thousand bullying surveys from schools across the country to guide our answers to these questions and we will lay it all out for you in this fast-paced hour.

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Sunday, January 1st, 2012

Supporting victims of bullying

We see the acts of bullying.  We know who the victims are.  Sadly though, many targets of bullying think that they deserve it or that there is nothing that can be done about it.  Why?  Because nobody at school shows them how to respond and what to do about it.  Left to their own, most kids think all they could do is fight back physically and that doesn’t work out well for them typically.  Well there are lots of different ways to fight back, and we’ll give you a dozen solid techniques that will empower the targets of bullies.

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Sunday, January 1st, 2012

Dealing with Bullies

Ten strategies for getting a student who is bullying to stop!  Some of these techniques are “in your face” and use adult power and control, while other approaches help kids who bully get their needs for power met in a positive, pro-social manner.  In any case, we’ll outline them all for you and provide both demonstration and opportunities for you to try them out.

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