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Insight: Stopping School Bullying
Stopping School Bullying
Season 2019  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  March 26, 2019

Bullying happens to one in four kids and can have long term impacts but some schools are reducing it. This week Insight hears from students who have been bullied and the bullies themselves about how their school is stopping it.

Professional learning for teachers

Reflecting on the issues raised in this video and applying that knowledge to your teaching may count towards your teacher-identified hours of professional learning. In particular AITSL Focus Area 1.3 students with diverse linguistic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds, Focus Area 1.5 Differentiate teaching to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities and Focus Area 1.6 Strategies to support the full participation of students with disability.
As well as looking at ways to create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments. Visit www.aitsl.edu.au for information on logging teacher-identified PD.

Bullying happens to one in four kids and can have long term impacts but some schools are reducing it. This week Insight hears from students who have been bullied and the bullies themselves about how their school is stopping it.

Professional learning for teachers

Reflecting on the issues raised in this video and applying that knowledge to your teaching may count towards your teacher-identified hours of professional learning. In particular AITSL Focus Area 1.3 students with diverse linguistic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds, Focus Area 1.5 Differentiate teaching to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities and Focus Area 1.6 Strategies to support the full participation of students with disability.
As well as looking at ways to create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments. Visit www.aitsl.edu.au for information on logging teacher-identified PD.

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