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The Effects of Bullying on Learning

The Effects of Bullying on Learning

The Effects of Bullying on Learning

Dr. Lynn Seifert
Dr. Lynn Seifert
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

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Launch date: 01 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 18 Aug 2020

Reference: 191547

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Latest User Comments

Alvin Armstead (10 Aug 2020)
Which one did I miss?
Erin Hunt (19 Jul 2020)
I appreciate the advice to have a calm answer already in mind for when conflict arrises instead of having to stop and think about it when it does. This was great. Thanks!
Katie Little (11 Nov 2019)
Very informative and interesting.

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Description

Participants will engage in an interactive session that will enable them to understand why bullying is so destructive to learning and what can be done to end bullying.

Objectives

The educator will learn the definition of bullying.
The educator will learn the definition of bullying.
The educator will learn how bullying affects learning.
The educator will learn how bullying affects learning.
The educator will learn proactive ways to counteract bullying.
The educator will learn proactive ways to counteract bullying.
Dr. Lynn Seifert

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Dr. Lynn Seifert
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

Lynn Seifert is a former superintendent, principal and teacher who now works for No Bully as a Partnership Manager for ESPN and Major League Baseball.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Tennessee Academy for School Leaders
  • 1.00 Points -
    Exam Attempts: 2
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    Exam Pass Rate: 80

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User Reviews (8)

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Alvin Armstead (10 Aug 2020)
Which one did I miss?
Erin Hunt (19 Jul 2020)
I appreciate the advice to have a calm answer already in mind for when conflict arrises instead of having to stop and think about it when it does. This was great. Thanks!
Katie Little (11 Nov 2019)
Very informative and interesting.
Mr Reginald Mosley Ed.S (21 Jun 2019)
The presenter did well sharing facts about bullying and providing examples of what bullying looks like ways to improve bullying in schools. A recommendation would be to change the length of the presentation. It says the video was 1 hour long but actually it was 1:10 minutes long.
Michele Brummett (19 Jun 2019)
Good strategies.
Allison Dunlap (13 Jun 2019)
Great course! Interesting and useful information.
Ira Thackston (28 May 2019)
Very timely information.
Betty Kennedy (12 Jan 2019)
Loved the information in this course. Helps me to be more proactive in my school and classroom.

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