The first part of the webinars concerns some basic questions regarding school and online bullying phenomena, with some new twist as well as recent research findings. Assistant Professor Claire Garandeau and Professor Christina Salmivalli will open bullying as a phenomenon: what is bullying, why does it happen, what is the nature of the phenomenon, forms of bullying – face-to-face and online and short- and long-term consequences of bullying. Garandeau and Salmivalli also talk about different forms of bullying: school bullying and online bullying. They also report preventive work and targeted intervention and what adults should do when bullying is detected.
Additional information and registration link to Part I. Insights on bullying part1
The second part of the webinar focuses on solutions. In addition to Garandeau and Salmivalli, the theme will be opened by Special Researcher Sanna Herkama. The webinar will discuss the role of teachers, role of classroom characteristics, effects of whole-school programs, mechanisms of the KiVa antibullying program: mediators and moderators of the effects and systematic antibullying work in school.
Additional information and registration link to Part II. Insights on bullying part2
Register and join us on February 1 and February 8 2024 from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. UTC+2 (EET).
The webinar-specific participation fee is 99 euros.