According to Disabilities: Insights from Across Fields and Around the World, children with disabilities are two to three times more likely to be bullied than peers without disabilities. Yet, when reporting bullying situations, youth in special education were told not to tattle almost two times as often as youth not in special education.
Replay this FREE webinar on:
New tools for bullying prevention for students with disabilities.
Thursday, April 2, 2015
From this webinar you will:
• Hear the status of bullying as it relates to students with disabilities from LOGAN Community Resources and authors of Hazelden Publishing's award-winning Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP)
• Understand how focusing on the following three key areas can help you create a safe learning environment for all students: Awareness of disabilities; Language used to talk about disabilities; and Appropriate bystander behavior to support peers with disabilities
• Learn how the new OBPP More Class Meetings That Matter: Respecting Others with Disabilities can provide students with the tools and language to stop hurtful bullying behaviors from occurring.
Hazelden Publishing for Educators offers an online subscription for OBPP and the OBPP Supplemental Program that includes content not available in the print version, like More Class Meetings that Matter: Respecting Others with Disabilities. This online subscription is available to any school or district, regardless of size.