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Session information



Date: *

March 8, 2018
Room: *North Pavilion 6
Time: *8:30 am-9:30 am

App#:

67

Session Type:

Concurrent 1-hour

Levels: Middle/Jr. High
Secondary
Postsecondary
Business Industry
Audiences: Administrators
Guidance Counselors
Instructors/Teachers
Business/Industry/Labor
University Professor
Student Teacher

Title:

Domestic Violence in a Digitally Connected World: How to Recognize Domestic Violence and Bullying in Your Classroom and in Social Media

Abstract:

Many of our students today experience domestic violence and/ or bullying on campuses and through social media across America. Many times individuals that are bullied or are in domestic violence relationships do not know what steps to take to stop the bullying and /or violence. In addition, individuals that witness bullying and/or violence may feel helpless to take a stand against the behavior. This workshop will help instructors understand what they can do when presented with a domestic violence and/ or bullying situation in both the classroom and social media outlets.

Presenters:

Dr. Celeste McGill, Kennedy-King College/City Colleges of Chicago, Chicago
Dr. Pamela C. Cannamore, Ed.D., Kennedy-King College/City Colleges of Chicago, Chicago


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