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The Alverno College Research Center for Women and Girls develops curricula to further extend our reach into the community by equipping educators and community organizations with tools to directly address issues that impact middle and high school students throughout their teenage years and beyond.
Bullying Prevention Curriculum – Anticipated release date: fall 2012
The purpose of this curriculum is to assist middle school and high school students and the adults who work with them to understand and address the issues created by bullying. Differences in gender are considered and relational aggression is addressed so that its tactics do not go unnoticed or remain “under the radar.” Attention is given to who bullies and why, as well as to characteristics of the victim and why s/he may not speak up. In addition, this curriculum addresses the role of the bystander. In all cases, strategies are addressed that help students to understand the various roles in bullying and how they can assist those who may be involved in a bullying incident.