Module 1 is a five hour course that covers the following topics.
- The Making of a Bully
- Behavior That No One Forgets
- The Provocative Victim
- Strengthening the Victim
- Bullying: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?
Parents who are angry and irate can wreak havoc in a school and can be intimidating. Learn how to deal with parents who are angry irate and who bully.
This Course Will Provide Teachers, Administrators, Anti Bullying Specialists and Coordinators with the Necessary Skills and Strategies to Help Teach Respect, Encourage Responsibility, Reduce Bullying Events, and Improve The Overall Behavioral Climate in Their Classroom and School.
Much has been said over the years about the student who is difficult to manage, and who exhibits behaviors that lack a moral compass. Educators and child-care providers need strategies that address the pervasive problems of disrespect, irresponsibility and a lack of compassion for their fellow students. This module addresses the problems that are at the root of these behaviors. Character training truly makes a difference in the outcome of a student's life. As a student builds character he/she will become more successful. Students who are taught character qualities such as honesty, reliability, diligence, and respect learn to change their behaviors from the inside out and truly understand how to self generate positive behaviors, and have a change of heart, not just a change of mind.
Society seems to want to withhold the truth and make everyone believe that they are smarter than what they are and that their behavior is based upon circumstance, their environment, or lack of therapy or medication. Facing the truth about their abilities and work ethic can put a student back on track, and help them choose a good vocation, and understand and how they need to improve academically and behaviorally. This one hour presentation will give teachers the tools to confront students without condemning them and help them help students to evaluate their efforts and work to realistically look at their performance.
The Spreading of Rumors and Gossip can weaken any system and create an environment of distrust and fear. This one hour presentation explains why it's so damaging and help us understand why it's not moral that's low but trust.
Digital natives have a far greater ability to use technology for deviance then ever before. The problem is their moral standards are lower and they use this ability in the area of social media and text messaging to berate, hurt and humiliate others. What is the root problem and how can we get our children and students to be more responsible when they use social media. This podcast will cover the problem and what steps can be taken in the instructional process.
Change has a way of sneaking up on you. Over the last 40 years compromises have been made that have disrupted the balance in families, schools, and society. The ground has become level and no one is in charge. This podcast talks about 10 small compromises that have been made that are producing greater levels of disrespect and irresponsibility.
Bullies are made not born. Often the anger and the rage of the victim can reveal itself as bullying behavior. What can we do as teachers and parents to work with victims so they can overcome the problems associated with being bullied and stop some of the intergenerational tendencies that have resulted in devasting consequences in schools, families, and in society.
Have you or someone you know been victimized by bullying. Often as adults we can't understand our low sense of self worth, anger, and problems in relationships. Bullying may be the problem but it may have occured many years ago. Bullying not only impacts young people but the trauma has a lasting affect as a person moves into adult hood. This podcast will give some insights on how we can recognize some of the symptoms of being bullied and what we can do now as an adult.
Are we dentists or teachers? Sometimes I feel like I am a dentist; because I am always pulling teeth in trying to get even the smallest amount of production out of this kid. We really need to get a handle on this behavior and truthfully I am not sure how. He/She doesn’t turn in any work, is a non-participant in classroom activities, may sleep in class, and at times he doesn’t even show up, and this is a real problem because you can’t work with a kid when they are not there.
It’s not so much that kids lie it’s the reason why they lie. Most people lie out of fear. Fear of a reaction, disappointing someone, or consequence are all reasons why someone tells lies or bends the truth. Embellishments, and exaggeration, are forms of lying as well and are usually are used to self inflate the image of the person in the eyes of others. There are actually three different types of liars that teachers may encounter in the classroom and if they are not dealt with will produce adults who will be compulsive liars. This course covers the three types of liars that teachers are all too familiar with but have a hard time dealing with.
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