Bullying and Cyberbullying

Understand, identify, and stop bullying forever!

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Why join this course?

Bullying, aggression among teenagers, school violence – these terms that used to be heard in quiet psychologists’ offices have stormed their way into our everyday lives over the past few years, raising great concerns of both parents and teachers. Being aware that the problem is so common and our child may become a victim makes us feel helpless.

Our course will help you acquire knowledge that is absolutely essential in protecting your child from the contemporary world that may seem so unfamiliar to you. The world of young people, immersed in virtual reality, not able to distinguish right from wrong.

Throughout the course you will find out what bullying is, what forms it may take and what kind of violence your child is exposed to. You will learn the habits of teenagers and the motivations that are connected with aggressive behaviour. You will discover what to do when your child suffers from bullying or is the offender. And since it’s the lack of reaction from parents that leads to the most tragic situations we’ll show you what to do when you notice signs of bullying.

Table of Contents

  • Unit 1
    Introduction Why should we treat bullying seriously?

    In this lesson, we will present you the content of the entire course and we will introduce you to Adam, a boy whose experiences related to bullying will be explored through the various lessons. We guarantee that it will be a very moving story!

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (5 minutes)
  • Unit 2
    Bullying and Cyberbullying What is bullying and how different is it from a simple disagreement?

    In this lesson you will learn what the types of bullying are and how they differ from each other. You will also learn ways to distinguish everyday misunderstandings from bullying - because, as you will find out, not all conflict situations are the same.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (11 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Article expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 3
    Aggression in Everyday Life Why is it sometimes difficult to recognize an act of aggression?

    In this lesson you will learn about aggression in everyday life and what variations it has. After its completion, you will be surprised at how many daily contacts between people are filled with aggression (active or passive) - oftentimes not so visible at first glance!

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (13 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Article expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 4
    Aggression on the Internet Why are some people so engaged in hurting others online?

    This lesson is an introduction to issues related to the security of your child on the internet. You will find that the anonymity seemingly provided by the world wide web, and the ability to reach many viewers in a short time, makes it a powerful tool for bullying.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (8 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Two articles expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 5
    Causes and Mechanisms of Bullying What are the origins of bullying and why is it so hard to stop it?
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    In this lesson, we will tell you how ordinary young people become victims or perpetrators of bullying. We will explain what the most common reasons are for engaging in cases of harassment and what may predispose children to be submissive to violence from their peers.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (15 minutes)
    • Two printable worksheets
    • Article expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 6
    Victims of Bullying Who are the targets of violence and what makes them so vulnerable?
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    This lesson will certainly be one of the most important for many participants of our course. It will tell you how to recognize that your child may have fallen victim to bullying (there are many, very often difficult to recognize signs) and how to start helping him/her in this situation.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (15 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Article expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 7
    Bullies and Cyberbullies How do innocent children turn into aggressors and can it be avoided?
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    We devoted this lesson to the perpetrators of bullying as they are the starting point of the whole problem. Whether the bullying will be effectively solved or not, often depends on the help that is given to them. We will tell you how to organize this help while not forgetting about the suffering of their victims.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (16 minutes)
    • Two printable worksheets
    • Article expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 8
    Witnesses to Bullying Why are the witnesses often more than just innocent bystanders?
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    In this lesson you will learn the important role witnesses play in the process of bullying. How often do they drive the perpetrators to act? What forms of behavior did they show that we could distinguish? Why can one often talk about them as bullying victims, even when they do not participate directly in the whole process?

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (16 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Article expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 9
    Consequences of Bullying What are the effects of bullying and why can they last a lifetime?
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    This lesson is about the consequences for all participants in bullying. We will explain how the bad experiences from school can affect the victims, perpetrators, and witnesses of bullying in the short perspective, as well as how their future lives may change, depending on how quickly they receive help.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (12 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Article expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 10
    My Child Might Have Been Bullied How do you help your child when he or she is suffering from bullying?
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    This lesson is packed with information, largely devoted to how to talk with a child who might have fallen victim to bullying. We will give you a lot of good advice which will allow you to establish a good rapport with the bullied child and obtain information from him that will help you help him or her.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (21 minutes)
    • Two printable worksheets
    • Three articles expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 11
    My Child Might Be a Bully How can your child break away from the vicious circle of aggression?
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    This lesson is intended for parents of children who may have been the perpetrators of bullying. We will teach you how to deal with such a situation including how to react, how to talk with a young bully and, finally, how to put an aggressive behavior in a child to an end.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (15 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Three articles expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 12
    Life After Bullying How can you provide long term support to your hurt child?
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    In this lesson you will learn how to act after the main problem has already been resolved. We will tell you how to reach out and understand a bullying victim, and how to minimize the risk of him or her becoming a victim again. This lesson may be the foundation for a new life within your family.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (10 minutes)
    • Two printable worksheets
    • Two articles expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 13
    School, Teachers & Parents vs. Bullying How do you make your child’s school take part in the fight against bullying?
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    We will devote this lesson to people in the immediate vicinity of the victims and perpetrators of bullying - grown-ups who should have the ability to stop aggression. We will discuss how to talk and cooperate with them after the bullying has happened and how to prevent further cases of aggression in their children and students.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (11 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Article expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge
  • Unit 14
    Hurt Children, Tormented Adults Why should we react to bullying and what happens if no help is given?
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    At the end of the course, we will show how the adult lives of people who have fallen victim to bullying can turn out. You will learn how serious the effects of your adolescence may be and how important it is to respond quickly, decisively, and effectively. This lesson will also sum up the story of Adam, the boy whose experience you will have been following throughout the course.

    Included in this lesson:
    • Video lecture (12 minutes)
    • Printable worksheet
    • Two articles expanding the subject
    • Quiz to test your knowledge

What will you achieve?

This course's goals

  • You will learn about the risks of bullying and cyberbullying. What happens in the mind of a child who is a victim, perpetrator or witness of violence and how does it affect their future behavior?
  • Together with the main character of our course, Adam, we will show how to recognize bullying as soon as it happens. We will also show you that it is much easier to prevent it before it leads to a real disaster.
  • You will learn how to prevent bullying and react when it happens. We will tell you how to talk to all the parties involved and how to help them in this situation.
  • We will advise you on how to deal with the perpetrators of violence and its victims. How to involve people who can help in this situation, i.e. parents, educators and teachers. And finally, how to protect your child and yourself in the future.

Who is this course for?

Our course is designed for all people who are interested in the wellbeing of children - sensitive and trusting young people who are exposed to the brutality and vulgarity of the world every day, and who are victims of their stronger, ruthless peers.

We recommend the course especially to parents who have noticed disturbing behavior in their children, such as fear of peers or reluctance to go to school. We will help in determining whether bullying is the reason for such behavior, and if so, how to help your child and prevent further events.

We invite other people who may be interested in solving the problem of bullying - in particular teachers and educators – to use the course. Equipped with the right knowledge, it's easier to help your students deal with the increasing levels of brutality among teenagers.

User Testimonials

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    Recently, my son started having problems. He was skipping school, not doing his homework, and pretending to be sick. With the help of the bullying course I was able to better understand what was going on and how to help him.
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    I’m a teacher so I decided to try the first free lesson to test it out. The information is very good and has helped me better deal with some of my students. So far, I feel like the course has given me a good foundation. I am looking forward to seeing the rest of the course.
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    As a parent who isn’t too into technology and the internet, this bullying course has helped me greatly as I deal with my daughter being cyberbullied.
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    The course was very well done. I like how things were presented: language was clear and simple and I found the additional materials very informative. I hope the full version of the course gets released soon!

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