Anti-Bullying: Guiding Girls Through Relational Aggression
This self-paced, online course provides proven classroom strategies for working with students dealing with relational aggression, female bullying, and the dynamics that lead to the causes and effects of this phenomenon
Participants must complete the course within 4 months of the registration date.
Registration fee: $175.00
Credit: 45 OPI Renewal Units or 3 Semester Credits (semester credits are offered through the Ashland University and are an additional fee of $425.00.
How to Enroll: Visit the Teach & Kids Learn (TKL) website
Course Description: This course provides proven classroom strategies for working with students dealing with relational aggression, female bullying, and the dynamics that lead to the causes and effects of this phenomenon. Educators will become empowered with knowledge, skills, and principles that help them be more aware and confident in identifying, managing and responding to relational aggression issues within their classrooms. Teachers will also be better equipped to teach students and inform parents of effective methods for working with their own children through the use of the tools provided within this course. The strategies presented in this course will help students develop coping skills, self-control, and confidence to work through challenges as well as metacognitive skills.
Relational aggression is the predominant method of bullying used by females. Starting as early as 2.5 years, this dynamic can interfere with relationships and academic progress in grade school girls, tweens, and teens. Without understanding the dynamics of relational aggression, many girls don’t realize their ways of relating might actually be bullying. Some girls know exactly what they’re doing. Without intervention, relational aggression can persist.
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|Target Group||K - 2, 3 - 5, 6 - 8, 9 - 12|
|Available PL Durations(s)||45 hours|
|Renewal Units/Credit||45 renewal units or 3 semester credits|
$175 for initial registration. Additional fees apply for college credit.