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Girls Getting Meaner: Strategies for Dealing with Middle and High School Bullying

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Adolescence is a time when girls are known for cliques, relational aggression, and social exclusion. Many of us have our own personal stories of painful social interactions and social injustice to share. How then can we as teachers best support our students through these tumultuous years? This webinar will provide how-to strategies for addressing the growing problem of girl meanness in middle school and high school. Participants will learn how to address friendship struggles and girl bullying within the context of the classroom and social media. Join Dr. Michelle Anthony as she explains the behavior through a developmental lens with a positive tone. She will share a simple four-step process, along with a variety of take-back tools and strategies, to help teachers teach and adolescent girls to manage the many conflicts and dilemmas they face in the teen years.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Monday, July 22, 2013 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Counseling, School Safety, Workplace
Tags: administrator resources, cyberbullying, digital citizenship, DOL722, female bullying, friendship struggles, girl bullies, mean girls, school safety

Reviews (40)

Full Member
Thank you for the information
Full Member
Thanks Michelle. Good information.
Full Member
Very knowledgeable presenter.
Full Member
This was extremely helpful because I find this issue is more common now than ever.
Full Member
Great tips for dealing with middle school girls.
Full Member
Very insightful!
Full Member
Having a soon to be teenage daughter, I found a great deal of this information meaningful Thank you for your presentation.
Full Member
Very helpful. thank you
Basic Member
Very helpful presentation. Many thanks!
Full Member
Important information for both parents and teachers!! Great information from Dr. Anthony!
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