Solutions for Bullying: A Workshop for Pre-service Teachers

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Title: Solutions for Bullying: A Workshop for Pre-service Teachers
Authors: Ihnat, Elisabet
Date: 2011
Abstract: Studies show that teachers lack training and confidence when it comes to intervening effectively in bullying situations. The goal of this study is to respond to the appeals of pre-service teachers for more formal training on bullying, including prevention and intervention strategies. A two-hour PREVNet workshop that provides information on bullying, bullying prevention and bullying intervention is offered in four Canadian Teacher Education classes. Two unique questionnaires, each consisting of simulated bullying incidents in a school context and a set of teacher interventions, were developed, piloted with a group of experienced teachers, and used to assess the effect of the workshop on teachers’ reported interventions in bullying situations. The results of a series of repeated measures ANOVAs reveal a marginally significant effect of the workshop on pre-service teachers’ reported interventions (N = 66), with the greatest improvements revealed in participants’ responses to children who bully.
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/20344
http://dx.doi.org/10.20381/ruor-4988
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