Join Hazelden Publishing and Clemson University for this FREE webinar.
As schools deal with the challenges of ongoing virtual instruction or transitioning back to in-person settings, attention to the learning environment is more important than ever. While some things may be the same, school is not quite like it was before. The way teachers and students can interact may be different. As students look for a sense of control, behaviors may change. Traumatic stressors of the pandemic may lead to increased mental health issues. Many students are excited to be returning to the school building. Others may wonder if going back to school means going back to bullying.
While schools focus on health and safety protocols, ensuring an emotionally safe environment for students cannot be overlooked. This webinar explores how comprehensive bullying prevention efforts can create a sense of community to help students feel safe and supported no matter where instruction takes place.
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A certificate of completion will be awarded for attending this event. Please note this event is not approved for continuing education (CE) credit. The participant is responsible to verify if this activity meets their continuing education board requirements in order to gain credit.