Current issues in education: Bullying


Today, SED is honored to welcome Dorothy Espelage, Professor of Child Development and Associate Chair in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, for its Annual Spring Lecture.  Espelage’s research addresses bullying and youth aggression. In light of the recent tragedies here in Massachusetts, the  spring lecture discusses these topics and considers positive means to face them directly. All events will take place in the SED Auditorium (Room 130).

There are two sessions for this presentation.

Session 1 is an lecture by Dr. Espelage at 10 AM in room 130. To register for session 1 please visit here

Session 2 is a lecture and Q&A with a reception to follow. The program begins at 3:30 in room 130 and is open to SED Alumni and the public. To register for session 2 please visit here.

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Dr. Rosen posted on June 6, 2012 at 12:53 pm

All schools should provide anti bullying and harassment education to students, parents and teachers in order to help them deal with the different types of harassment such as bullying, taunts and putdowns, gossip and rumors, hazing, and other physical harassment.

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