An online Cal State Fullerton course provides teachers, school administrators, and staff the information they need to know about California’s new anti-bullying laws.
The course is designed to help ensure these laws are effectively enacted, but also to provide school officials with the ability to recognize and effectively address the dynamics of bullying.
“Understanding and Addressing LGBT and Gender-Based Bullying” is a month-long online course that begins Oct. 27.
California and federal anti-bullying laws will be explored through the testimony of experts, administrators, teachers, parents and students.
The course is organized as a series of multi-media learning modules developed and team-taught by scholars and professionals in the fields of education, psychology, health, public policy and the law.
Registration in this course is through University Extended Education.
The fee for the one-unit online course is $210.
For more information, go to http://extension.fullerton.edu/ProfessionalDevelopment/bullying or call 657-278-5836.