Proven Bullying Prevention Strategies: Saving Lives...Taking Back Schools (Part One)
Presented by: Kevin Jennings, CEO, Be the Change; Susan Limber, PhD, MLS, Dan Olweus Distinguished Professor, Clemson University; & Bridget Clementi, Director of Community Health, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Middle school bullying behavior has been identified as one of the most critical factor in student learning, absenteeism and depression. Both the American School Health Association and the Children’s Health Education Center of Children’s Hospital of Milwaukee are committed to reducing bullying in schools across the nation as a means to increase academic success.
Together, these organizations present this webinar featuring Kevin Jennings, CEO of Be the Change, and former Assistant Deputy Secretary of Education, who was head of the department’s Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools 2009-2011.
Mr. Jennings will be joined by Dr. Susan Limber, professor of psychology at Clemson University, Bridget Clementi, director of community health at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and Dr. Richard Schafer, development, research and evaluation manager at the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
The panelists will provide participants with the critical components, implementation strategies, evaluation and research components and results of an effective bullying prevention program that will meet school needs and state requirements.
To view Part One, click here.
Proven Bullying Prevention Strategies: Evaluating School Programs (Part Two)
Presented by: Susan Limber, PhD, MLS, Dan Olweus Distinguished Professor, Clemson University; Bridget Clementi, Director of Community Health, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; & Richard Schafer, PhD, Development, Research and Evaluation Manager, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
To view Part Two, click here.