November 13th from 1:00 p.m. to 3 p.m.
at the Bergen County Police and Fire Academy in Mahwah, NJ
Sponsored By Plymouth Rock Assurance, Teachers’ Insurance Plan of NJ
The Bullying Prevention Workshop will highlight The Building Blocks Approach from CWE’s anti-bullying curriculum – The Building Blocks of HIB: Bullying Redefined -- which was designed for all educators working within a school and includes anti-bullying strategies and lessons based on their specific area of focus.
The curriculum was developed and written by Chase Wilson Education’s Director of Educational Programs, Andrew Yeager, a NJ School Psychologist and Student Assistance Coordinator, who lectures extensively and conducts trainings on bullying and adolescent issues throughout the country.
At the Workshop, Yeager will provide…
· An Introduction to The Building Blocks – the 20 motivating factors that lead to harassment, intimidation and bullying (HIB)
· In depth counseling strategies for dealing with HIB – involved youth
· Insight into specific classroom infusion lessons designed for 9 school subjects
· Suggestion for improving overall school climate
Anti-Bullying Specialists, School Counselors, Curriculum Directors, Principals and Vice Principals will benefit the most from this informative Seminar.
o What: Bullying Prevention Workshop
o When: Tuesday, November 13, 2012, 1:00 p.m. to 3 p.m.
o Where: The Bergen County Police and Fire Academy (“The Hall of Heroes”)
281 Campgaw Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430
o Who: Andrew Yeager, Chase Wilson Education’s Director of Educational Programs, a NJ School Psychologist and Student Assistance Coordinator
About Chase Wilson Education
Chase Wilson Education is a mission-based organization that provides educational programs and curriculums that teach students how to recognize, confront and overcome the unique threats and social issues they face today. Our value based curriculum instills an unparalleled foundation of character, tolerance, and empathy in it students; empowering them to make safer choices and become better people.