Bullying prevention programs for teachers could provide stress relief for students
Thursday, 7 April 2011
While Dahn Yoga Tai Chi can be a way to calm aggression, some people are still unable to contain their rage toward others. Particularly with children, it's important to deal with bullying to make sure that no one feels threatened or abused.
Individuals who are looking to become teachers may want to further their education through courses that teach bullying prevention tips, in an effort to keep a safe school environment. ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI) announced the addition of a new course about preventing bullying in the classroom.
The program, entitled Bullying in the Preschool Environment, is exclusively catered to those in the childcare industry who are looking to address some of the major problems that schoolchildren are facing today.
"It is often difficult to know the difference between normal early childhood behaviors and bullying that can cause lasting impacts on victims and bullies alike," said Maria C. Taylor, president of CCEI. "This and the other courses in the CCEI library are designed to give valuable information to educators that will ultimately improve the quality of education provided to our young children."