|Healthcare Training Institute - Quality Education since 1979CE for Psychologist, Social Worker, Counselor, & MFT!!
Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes
By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Discuss four assumptions about cyberbullying.
-Describe two problems regarding cyberbullying perpetration.
-Explain three steps to help adolescents from cyberbullying.
-Discuss two stages regarding analysis of cyberbullying.
-Discuss two more stages regarding analysis of cyberbullying.
-Discuss final stage regarding analysis of cyberbullying.
-Discuss two steps regarding cyberbullying intervention.
-Discuss two remaining steps regarding cyberbullying intervention.
-Discuss last two steps regarding cyberbullying intervention.
-Discuss four termination techniques by understanding cyberbullying from the perspective of victims and perpetrators.
-Explain four helping behavior strategies in online bullying.
-Explain four strategies regarding cyberbullying prevention.
-Explain four techniques regarding student engagement with cyberbullying.
-Discuss three ideas regarding parents' involvement with cyberbullying.
-Explain what fraction of teens use IM to say things they don’t want to say in face-to-face conversations with their peers.
-Name three tips to help stop cyberbullying or to prevent it from happening again.
-Explain what idea about school shooters did the analysis of forensic psychologists McGee and Debemardo help to popularize.
-Explain how is bullying defined.
-Name the cyberbullies' “weapons of choice.”
-Name four steps regarding how to fight back against cyberbullies.
-Explain what might tempt bullies to new levels of cruelty.
-Explain the percentage of kids between the ages of 10 and 14 have been involved in cyberbullying.
-Explain how do the styles of boys and girls cyberbullying differ.
-Explain what troubling questions does the Taft High School case raise.
-Explain students targeted by cyberbullies more likely to do.
-Explain why are some students reluctant to tell adults about the anxiety they endure at the hands of cyber enemies.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."