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By: Christina Whalen, PhD, BCBA-D Director of Research School-wide bullying programs can decrease bullying incidents by about 25% or more (McCallion & Feder, 2013). There are four primary roles in bullying incidents – the bully, the followers, the target, and the bystanders. The bully or bullies are the students that are engaging in the bullying ...Continue reading "Bullying Interventions"
The Effects of Bullying
By: Christina Whalen, PhD, BCBA-D, Director of Research Any student can be the target of bullying. One out of 5 students report being a victim of bullying at some point (National Educational Statistics, 2016). Students who are bullied have increased school avoidance, decreases in grades, and difficulties with learning. These students often ...Continue reading "The Effects of Bullying"
What We Don’t Say: A SEL Approach to Helping Your Students Understand “Take a Knee”
By Christina Cipriano, Ph.D. and Lori Nathanson, Ph.D. Even if you are not a football fan, it’s likely you’ve seen images from the NFL in the past few weeks. The action captured occurred before kickoff; players and coaches across the country have “taken a knee” or linked arms in solidarity during the national anthem. These ...Continue reading "What We Don’t Say: A SEL Approach to Helping Your Students Understand “Take a Knee”"