Anti-Bullying Webinars -Watch Our Recent Webinars!
View our recent Bullying webinars:
Cyberbullying - What's Different, and What's Not, about Meanness and Cruelty Online
Classrooms and Curriculums: How Teachers Can Create Cultures of Kindness and Respect
The Role of School Leaders in Creating a Culture of Kindness and Respect
Get Involved with Facing History and Ourselves Online Courses
One of the strong themes to emerge from our webinars is that bullying needs to be addressed through curricular approaches that help students develop skills in perspective taking, social awareness and responsible decision making, all of which are elements of social and emotional learning. These skills are central features of Facing History's curriculum and pedagogical approach.
If you want to become more involved with Facing History, we recommend looking into our online courses that begin in October,
These unique professional development events provide participants with a thorough view of Facing History’s pedagogical approach and give teachers access to additional Facing History support, including a free lending library, online educator resources with lesson plans, curriculum modules, and other resources, and personalized support in implementing the program in their middle or high school classroom.
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How We Impact School Culture
Studies have shown that participating in Facing History leads to safer and more engaging schools and classrooms. Find out more about our proven impact here.