#TE-02-01 Bullying in Schools: How Should Teachers Respond?
About CourseQueensland University of Technology
Recognise different types of bullying and helpful ways to respond to students
Despite being encouraged to tell a teacher if they’re being bullied at school, children can be reluctant to report it. Teachers need to understand the risks a child experiences before and after telling an adult that they’ve been bullied.
On this course, you will explore your own attitudes to bullying and the most appropriate ways to respond. You will use research-based insights to help you understand the complex nature of bullying in schools. Upon completion of this course, you will have learnt strategies to help reduce bullying in your own school and classroom.
What Will I Learn?
- 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
Topics for this course
Facts about bullying
Meet your educator
Attitudes towards bullying
What is bullying?00:01:28
Is this bullying?
How common is bullying?
Why don’t students tell teachers?00:01:09
What happens when they do tell?
Prepare to share
Though there was not a lot of depth, there were many aspects discussed and strategies to combat many of the situations presented. Great overview course. Thanks!
the course of was very informative and i learnt a few new things. i do however would have liked more prevention examples or sources under the prompt approach of prevention.
This is be a great educational tool for educators to bring awareness or recognizing the breaking point before it comes. Well done. Highly recommend.
This course is one that I wish I had come upon 2 years ago. My son was bullied in school before.Our entire family struggled for quite sometime, and still, do in some ways from that lengthy experience. I am only 15 minutes into this course, and already feel its value. I will be sharing this. Thank you for creating this. Education is so healing.