Azusa Pacific University School Counseling and School Psychology and Wayne Sakamoto and Ray Vincent Solutions to Bullying December 11, 2013 ...
Thank you to everyone who made the 2013 CSROA Bullying Conference a success. A special thank you to our sponsors, including:
2013 CSROA Conference: Bullying: Issues and Strategies
Downloads from the 2013 CSROA Bullying Conference
The 2013 CSROA Bullying Conference included the following Keynote Addresses and Breakouts.
Day One: Keynote Address:
Title: Cyberbullying, Social Networking, and Other Online Challenges: Implications for School Law Enforcement
This presentation will cover a broad overview of cyberbullying and online social networking, including issues school resource officers need to know about how youth use and misuse technology to cause harm to their peers. The presentation will define and provide examples of cyberbullying and discuss the role of school-based law enforcement officers in preventing and responding to inappropriate online behaviors. It will also describe many of the online environments popular among adolescents today and strategies to ensure they are used safely and responsibly.
Dr. Justin W. Patchin is a professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He received his Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University. For over a decade he has been exploring the intersection of teens and technology, with particular focus on cyberbullying, social networking, and sexting. He has travelled around the country training educators, law enforcement officers, parents, and youth on how to be safe and responsible online as well as prevent and address the consequences of cyberbullying. He is a former visiting scholar with the Behavioral Science Unit of the Federal Bureau of Investigation where he worked to identify an appropriate law enforcement response to cyberbullying. Dr. Patchin is Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Research Center and has written four books and numerous academic articles on adolescent behaviors online. He has presented at the White House and the FBI Academy and has appeared on CNN, NPR, and in the New York Times to discuss issues related to teens use and misuse of technology.
Day Two: Keynote Address: The Power of Relationships: The Impact on Bullying, Cyberbullying and Building a Safe Schools Climate: John Vandenburgh, Director. Peer Leaders Uniting Students (PLUS)
2013 Breakout Sessions
Introduction to Bullying
SUBMIT Bullying Prevention Documentary
A Counselors Perspective on Effective Bullying Prevention Programs and Online Resources.
Bullying: Female Gang Members
Teen Relationship Violence, Sexting and Cyberbullying
Investigation and Documentation
Bullying and Cyberbullying: Critical Legal Issues Part One
Girls: The Good, The Bad and the Scary
Safe Schools: The Power of Peer to Peer Programs
Bullying Prevention for Parents in Rural Communities
Bullying and Cyberbullying: Critical Legal Issues Part Two
Sprigeo: Using Technology to Reduce Bullying
Bullying and LGBTQ
Facebook or Fakebook? The Impact of Online Bullying on Girls and Strategies to Help Them Cope.
Practical Classroom Strategies and Resources for Bullying Prevention and Intervention
Cyberbullying Trends and Management Tools
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Among Victims and Perpetrators: Program Implications.
Girls and Bullying: School Resource Officer Program
Bullying and Lawsuits
Investigations and Subpoenas: Building a Case for Prosecution
Changing Campus Culture and Climate through a Student Campaign for Non-violence and Peace
Girls and School Connectedness: How YOU can Bridge the Gap
Stalking, Sexting and Identity Theft
Baffle that Bully: A Parent and Child’s Perspective