Bullying is a significant problem in the K-12 campuses across the United States
This course will teach participants about the underlying dynamics of bullying and how gender identity and perceived gender identity affects students and the school environment - specifically LGBTQ student bullying. Learn how to adapt the new CA laws and the best ways to insure a healthy and bully-free setting for students to learn.
Cal State Fullerton is offering a 1-unit online course designed specifically for school administrators, staff and teachers but will also give parents and students the information they need to partner with their schools on this important issue. The curriculum uses a combination of video lectures and interviews along with required reading materials.
July 15 - August 16, 2013
New California bullying laws went into effect 7/1/2012. Learn more about AB 1156 and AB 9.
This course is designed to equip administrators, counselors, teachers, and school staff:
What is Bullying and Who are Bullies?
The Underlying Dynamics of Bullying
Creating Bully-Free Campus Cultures
Legal Matters: Bullying, Education Code, and Legal Precedent
What to Do When Things Go Wrong: Responding to Students and Campus Communities in Crisis