School Staff/District Employees/Behavioral Health Partners/Before & After School Providers: Meet the staff requirements of Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 by completing this training module. Click on the button below, log onto Brainshark with your individual ID, view the training module, and upon successful completion, receive a certificate to retain for your records. Principals choosing to have staff complete the module as a group must retain a completed sign in sheet to certify which staff members completed their annual training. 2017-18 STAFF Training Module
Students Grades K-5: Meet the student requirements of SBBC Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 by having all students view this training module. Principals will create a plan to administer the training to all their students – for example have all first period teachers play it to their class, view it as a grade level assembly, etc. Staff will then click on the button below, log onto Brainshark using their individual staff ID, and allow the students to view the training module. 2017-18 STUDENT K-5 Training Module
Students Grades 6-12: Meet the student requirements of SBBC Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 by having all students view this training module. Principals will create a plan to administer the training to all their students – for example have all first period teachers play it to their class, view it as a grade level assembly, etc. Staff will then click on the button below, log onto Brainshark using their individual staff ID, and allow the students to view the training module. 2017-18 STUDENT 6-12 Training Module
Parents/Caregivers: Meet the parent requirements of SBBC Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 by making this training module video available to all parents. Some suggested methods of delivery are to post the video on the school website, play it at parent association meetings, play it during orientations and open houses, etc. If you have trouble downloading it when you click the “Download Video” button, right-click the button and click “Save Link As” instead. Download Video
Investigative Designee: Each school has an administrator who acts as the Investigative Designee (ID.) Assigned by Principal, this ID receives and investigates all bullying complaints. IDs meet the yearly requirements of Policy 5.9 by attending an annual face to face training. If you missed this training, contact DPI for the next training date. View the Brainshark for a training refresher or go to the ID SharePoint Folder to access forms. Training Refresher Download Video
Prevention Liaison: The District’s comprehensive Policy 5.9 is designed to help ensure all of our students feel safe and respected while attending school. Key to this goal is the Policy’s requirement that each and every school have a Prevention Liaison. The Prevention Liaison is responsible for the dissemination of prevention curriculum related to the strands of prevention: diversity, violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, instructional strategies, as well as health and wellness. The Prevention Liaisons receive yearly face to face trainings administered by the Diversity, Prevention and Intervention Department.
Students In Schools Without Brainshark: Ensure you have all the tools needed in order to ensure your entire staff, students and parents have met the requirements for the school year. Contact DPI if you are having trouble accessing materials. Charter School Training Modules FAQ
Do you feel entirely confident when consequencing off campus cyber-bullying? Attend this workshop and learn the legal parameters of where freedom of speech ends and suspension begins. This 3 hour optional training for administrators can be found by going to MyLearningPlan.com. Look for either title – “Consequencing Cyberbullying for Administrators” or “Cyber-bullying VS. The First Amendment.”
Support Group Method of Bullying Intervention: The Support Group Method (SGM) does not replace, but complements a school’s anti-bullying policy and code of conduct matrix. The SGM violence prevention skill is an easily utilized tool that can be embedded into your school-wide efforts in a sustainable way. It can be incorporated into school safety teams or by individuals such as guidance counselors, teachers, before and after school care workers, as well as administrators. Please keep in mind that the success of any intervention method relies on effective training, fidelity of process, school-wide integration, as well as documentation and evaluation. If you or your school/agency are interested in being trained on SGM, watch the SGM Instructional video and contact the DPI for further information. Learn more!