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Course SummaryReview this course to ensure you're prepared to pass a class, test or participate in a class discussion on bullying prevention. Engaging lessons show you how to recognize, talk about, deal with, prevent and stop bullying in schools.
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About This Course
Bullying is a common issue for students in and out of school. This course closely examines the meaning of bullying, why it occurs among students, types of bullying, how to prevent it and much more. Whether you're seeking information to pass a class or unit on bullying or hope to gain personal information you can use in your daily life, the video and text lessons in this course can help. Lessons are accessible anywhere you can access the Internet and can be reviewed in any sequence. Assessment quizzes are also available to test your understanding of ways students can prevent bullying.
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There are many ways students, parents and teachers can benefit from the lessons in this course.
- Students can pass their class or enhance personal interactions by reviewing lessons on bullying prevention for students.
- Lesson quizzes can help students assess their understanding of bullying prevention concepts.
- Parents can use the lessons and quizzes to help their children understand bullying prevention while gaining their own knowledge of bullying issues children face.
- Teachers can access the lessons, quizzes and tests in the classroom to strengthen their classroom discussions on bullying and assess their students' knowledge.
- Students, teachers and parents can benefit from access to the lessons from any computer, smartphone or tablet anytime, day or night.
- The Ask Our Experts feature in the Dashboard enables individuals to submit lesson topic questions to experts with a wealth of knowledge about bullying prevention.
- Understanding types of bullying
- Ways to recognize bullying and determine its effects
- Tips for talking about bullying
- Strategies for dealing with being bullied
- Basics of peer and romantic relationships among students and teens
- How to stop and prevent bullying
- Anti-bullying resources students can use
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