DATES & LOCATIONS

20-24 June 2022 - Belgrade, Serbia

20-24 June 2022 - Belgrade, Serbia

08-12 August 2022 - Belgrade, Serbia

08-12 August 2022 - Belgrade, Serbia

12-16 December 2022 - Belgrade, Serbia

12-16 December 2022 - Belgrade, Serbia

03-07 April 2023 - Belgrade, Serbia

03-07 April 2023 - Belgrade, Serbia

14-18 August 2023 - Belgrade, Serbia

14-18 August 2023 - Belgrade, Serbia

25-29 December 2023 - Belgrade, Serbia

25-29 December 2023 - Belgrade, Serbia

04-08 July 2022 - Paris, France

04-08 July 2022 - Paris, France

CONFIRMED
24-28 July 2022 - Paris, France

24-28 July 2022 - Paris, France

CONFIRMED
17-21 October 2022 - Paris, France

17-21 October 2022 - Paris, France

08-12 May 2023 - Paris, France

08-12 May 2023 - Paris, France

21-25 August 2023 - Paris, France

21-25 August 2023 - Paris, France

13-17 November 2023 - Paris, France

13-17 November 2023 - Paris, France

20-24 June 2022 - Antalya, Turkey

20-24 June 2022 - Antalya, Turkey

01-05 May 2023 - Antalya, Turkey

01-05 May 2023 - Antalya, Turkey

11-15 September 2023 - Antalya, Turkey

11-15 September 2023 - Antalya, Turkey

08-12 August 2022 - Prague, Czech Republic

08-12 August 2022 - Prague, Czech Republic

20-24 March 2023 - Prague, Czech Republic

20-24 March 2023 - Prague, Czech Republic

17-21 July 2023 - Prague, Czech Republic

17-21 July 2023 - Prague, Czech Republic

08-12 August 2022 - Lisbon, Portugal

08-12 August 2022 - Lisbon, Portugal

17-21 July 2023 - Lisbon, Portugal

17-21 July 2023 - Lisbon, Portugal


CONTENT

PEER BULLYING

Peer Bullying can be defined as the psychological pressure that a student exerts on another student through verbal, emotional, or intimidation. Sometimes it can apply pressure from a group of students. Those behaviors repeat and become organized. Bullying behaviors do not always include direct hostile behavior. Those bullying behaviors are seen as logical under the name of jokes or friendly communication. Whether directly hostile or as a joke, it both creates psychological pressure on the victim and disrupts the life balance. In this course, participants will have more information about Peer Bullying.

Learning Outcomes:

All the participants will:

- Be acknowledged about peer bullying

- Learn the types of peer bullying

- Distinguish bullying and friendship

- Learn reasons for peer bullying

- Understand which student is exposed to bullying

- Learn consequences, effects, problems, and solutions of peer bullying

- Learn programs developed to prevent bullying

- Learn disciplinary methods for the prevention of peer bullying

- Develop personal responsibility

- Know what they will do in the case of bullying

Objectives of the Course:

- Taking necessary precautions against peer bullying

- Identifying children who are exposed to peer bullying, bringing them to life, and preventing possible consequences.

- Turning schools into a peaceful environment where everyone is educated under equal conditions.

Methodology:

- Discussions,

- Brainstorming,

- Interactive learning

- Hands-on activities

- Practice and skills-based learning

- Analyzing and defining

Target Group:

- Teachers, trainers, educators, school administrators, etc.

Preparation:

Before the course,

- A detailed pre-course questionnaire to indicate their level of experience, teaching backgrounds, and training will be completed by participants.

- They will also prepare a presentation to reflect their own teaching method.

Validation:

- A course participation certificate will be given to all participants.

- A Europass Mobility Certificate will be given if the participant demands it, as well.

DAILY SCHEDULE

1st Day

Ice-breaking activities and introduction of the course program

Getting to know each other – Presentation of participants (a five-minute presentation)

Types of peer bullying

- Physical bullying

- Verbal bullying

- Emotional bullying

- Sexual bullying

- Cyberbullying

Distinguishing features of bullying

Causes of peer bullying

- Individual Causes of Bullying Behavior

- Familial Causes of Students Presenting Bullying Behavior

- Causes of Peer Bullying in School

2nd Day

Types of bullying emergency / General characteristics of children showing bullying behavior and child victims

The reactions of students exposed to bullying

Possible consequences of peer bullying

- Individual results

- Family results

- Social results

 

Possible effects of peer bullying

- From the perspective of the exposed child

- From the perspective of the child showing bullying behavior

- From the perspective of the child who witnessed the bullying behavior

Problems caused by bullying behavior

- Mental problems

- Academic problems

- Social skills problems

3rd Day

Symptoms in children exposed to bullying

Universal programs developed to prevent bullying

- Programs applied at the school level

- Programs applied at the class level

- Programs applied at the individual level

Programs for target developed to prevent bullying

- Programs for children showing the peer bullying behavior

- Programs for children exposed to bullying behavior

Overview of the disciplinary methods for the prevention of peer bullying in the school environment: Punitive discipline method, results, and effects

A method for peer bullying solution in the school environment: Restorative discipline method

4th day

Application of restorative discipline method in the educational environment

Self-esteem, typical behaviors, and characteristics of students with low self-esteem, the effects of self-esteem on behaviors of risk and peer bullying

Protection factors for peer bullying

Developing personal responsibility, trust, and importance of bully students

Roles in preventing peer bullying

- The role of teachers

- The role of school management

- The role of counseling service

- The role of families

- The role of students who witnessed bullying

5th day

Dramatization and peer-bullying prevention activities

Overview of the course program

Evaluation of the course program

Filling the feedback forms

Europass Mobility Certificate, Participation Certificate

 


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