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Bullying Prevention: Tips & Tech Tools
Monday June 5, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Maya Claridge, Singer/Songwriter and No Bully Advocate; Nicholas Carlisle, CEO for No Bully; and Alex Ruwe, Training and Development Manager for CrisisGo
Sponsored by CrisisGo and Co-hosted by No Bully
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In this recorded edWebinar, hear the personal account of 15-year-old singer/songwriter Maya Claridge and how she evolved from bully victim to bullying prevention activist. Learn a first-hand account of how bullying lives in schools underground with Maya’s message for increasing awareness and response.
You’ll then hear from No Bully CEO, Nicholas Carlisle, expert witness and commentator on school bullying for television and radio stations across the world. Nicholas will share best practices to make your school bully free and provide tips for engaging parents, students, school staff and community in the solution.
Finally, students are often aware of problem situations before adults so one of the best strategies to prevent bullying is to provide a safe and easy way to report bullying. Technology tools can help do that. Alex Ruwe, training and development manager from CrisisGo, shares a demonstration of how technology can be a lever to prevent, interrupt and report bullying.
All K-12 educators, administrators, and staff are invited to watch this recorded event to:
- Increase their knowledge of the changing face of bullying and cyberbullying from a student’s perspective
- Identify the four steps to eradicate bullying in schools with tips for engaging school staff, parents, guardians and students in a sustainable solution
- Bring home 10 tips to prevent and interrupt bullying in schools including technology tools that increase awareness and reporting
About the Presenters
Maya Claridge is an actress, singer and songwriter with credits in film, television and stage. Her hit single, Put It Down, has become an integral part of her Bullied to Bold platform, a nationwide anti-hate, anti-bullying tour wherein Maya travels to schools sharing her story and empowering kids to “Stop Hate Before it’s too Late.” Maya is represented by The Wayne Agency and WTManagement.
Nicholas Carlisle is the founder and CEO of No Bully. Having experienced firsthand the reality of school bullying when he was a teenager at school in London, Nicholas is committed to creating schools that lives by values of respect and compassion. He graduated from Oxford University, practiced as a barrister in the High Court in London and served as Chairman of the non-profit section of Amnesty International in Britain. He practiced in California as a child and family psychotherapist and researched with Professor Eric Rofes the effects of school bullying, published in 2007 in the Journal of Traumatology. Nicholas gave a TEDx talk on bullying in 2015, was recognized by Toms as a Game Changer and is a seasoned conference speaker, expert witness and commentator on school bullying for television and radio stations across the world.
Alexander Ruwe has been a standout leader in both the educational and healthcare spaces for over 10 years. As the manager of training & development at CrisisGo, he is responsible for the organization’s strategy, methodology and content for all training, development, and customer success programs. Prior to CrisisGo, Alex served as the east coast regional manager for Essia Health. He graduated with a dynamic liberal arts curriculum from Eastern Illinois University.
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