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Screaming Mimis? Two-Headed Snakes? Influence of Adult Bullies on School Climate

 January 21, 2016

Presented by Deborah Wilson Gadsden, Program Support Specialist/Olweus Trainer at Family Design Resources in Harrisburg, PA.

When adults focus on the treatment of bullying behavior among the student population, students will observe and scrutinize the adult relationships. This session relates how destructive adult relationships undermine the establishment of positive school climates. Participants will receive information on the prevalence of workplace bullying and characteristics of adults who bully and their bully targets. The session will discuss injurious adult behavior and its counter effects on student bullying prevention efforts.

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