Certificate of Achievement

Mary Templeman Hogg - O'Rourke

has completed the following course:

Bullying in Schools: How Should Teachers Respond?

Queensland University of Technology

In this course you have practised applying a definition of bullying, to identify the behaviour and to distinguish it from other types of behaviour that may need to be managed. You have used research-based insights to create a deeper understanding of bullying in schools and why it is under-reported. You have learned how to respond appropriately to a child who tells you they are being bullied. You are also aware of action you can take to help reduce bullying in your school and classroom.

2 weeks, 1 hour per week

Educators

Professor Marilyn Campbell

Lecturer, Faculty of Education

Queensland University of Technology

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Identify bullying
  • Interpret people's different attitudes towards bullying
  • Explain why bullying is under-reported by students to staff
  • Engage helpfully when a child reports bullying

Syllabus

  • Current data on student reporting of bullying
  • Research based insights to help educators understand the complexity of bullying
  • Strategies at student level, classroom level and school level

Issued on 21st May 2019

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Free online course:

Bullying in Schools: How Should Teachers Respond?

Queensland University of Technology