Counseling & Special Ed
Course No. ED437Q, ED537Q
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The knowledge to identify bullying characteristics within people.
Gained additional skills and strategies to minimize bullying behaviors within school and community settings.
Analyzed case studies of bullies, victims, bystanders, and rescuers. Intervention approaches for each category will be addressed.
Observed a minimum of two settings and analyzed the bullying behavior within each.
Successfully developed an intervention plan for a chosen setting and implemented change strategies.
Evaluated several websites, films, and articles regarding bullying tactics and behaviors.
A greater knowledge of group dynamics and ways to help students overcome the patterns of bullying and victimization in their lives.
A course manual may be downloaded, from the instructor’s website at http://www.michaelsedler.com/ without charge, once you have registered for this course. Click on classes, from there scroll down the page and click on the orange lettering ‘Manual’ next to the class “Bullying”. It will download as a PDF. While there is no fee for the manual, you may have to pay in order to order a book from the bibliography. Or, you may borrow one from a friend or check one out at the public library for free.
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