Date: January 17 2013 5:00pm - 8:00pm Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
Various studies suggest that 30% to 50% of school age students are involved in bullying and/or harassment incidents. Previous research indicates that bully prevention programs should focus on changing social culture, and that prevention oriented programs that target the behavior of bystanders have shown the most promise.
Expect Respect is a program designed to prevent bullying and harassment. It is recommended for use with students in grades 3-8. Expect Respect was researched in 3 middle schools in Eugene, Oregon, during the 2011-2012 School Year. Results of the study show reductions in rates of social aggression, as measured by direct observation, of about 50%.
In this workshop Dr. Stiller will review critical features of this program, and will discuss variables related to effective intervention.
This workshop is part of our 2012-2013 Workshop Series.
Complimentary coffee and tea will be served.
Instructor: Brianna Stiller, Ph.D.
About the Instructor
Brianna Stiller, Ph.D. is a behavior specialist and has been a School Psychologist in School District 4J in Eugene, OR for 26 years. Dr. Stiller has co-authored two nationally available bullying intervention programs designed to deliver positive behavior support in schools. First Step to Success (Walker, et. al. 1997) is an intensive Positive Behavior Support (PBS) program for young children with high needs. Bully Prevention in Positive Behavior Support is a curriculum designed to dovetail with school wide PBS at the elementary level.
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