As school-age children go through their developmental stages, they should be learning how to read social situations, make friends, and understand their social environment. However, some school-age children will often use bullying behaviors to replace the social skills they’re supposed to develop throughout their school years. This training will focus on supporting the child exhibiting bullying behaviors by identifying the reasons that drive the behaviors, modeling how children can make amends and reconnect with their peers, and demonstrate how empathy can be built and incorporated into peer relationships to help children make lasting, positive changes.
* Be sure to register in both I-LEAD and zoom.
First, sign into Indiana Learning Paths through your I-LEAD account in another browser tab. Then click the link below to access the registration page.