Current Course Schedule

State Mandated Training: Dignity for All Students

Anyone applying for certification during or after the Fall 2013 semester must complete six hours of training on the social patterns of harassment, bullying, and discrimination. This workshop includes training in identifying indicators, early warning signs, prevention and intervention techniques, and how to interact with families of victims and aggressors.

The workshop takes place in two parts:

Part I is a three-hour asynchronous session. You work online at your own pace and you can save your work and return to the program. Directions for accessing the course page will be emailed upon registration. A computer with a high-speed internet connection is required. 

Part I of this course must be completed by 11:55 PM Eastern Time of the date listed to be eligible to attend Part II.

Part II is online or on-campus at the dates/times listed in the section details. More details will be sent upon registration. (For online synchronous sessions, a computer with high-speed internet connection and headphones are recommended; a microphone and video camera are suggested. An option to join by smartphone is available.)
  • Course Number
    TEWS708N
  • Focus On
    Across Ages
  • Category
    Online, State Mandated Training and Certification Support
  • Registration Options and Cost
    $140 Course Fee

Sections

Fall 2022

  • Section 2:
    • Lauren Hyman Kaplan
      Lauren Hyman Kaplan
      is a consultant and school counselor in the field of social-emotional learning, emotional intelligence, and violence prevention. She holds a Masters Degree in Counseling and Guidance from NYU and is the co-author of the “Interpersonal Violence Prevention Resource Guide for Parents and Educators” (New York State Department of Education, 2002). She has taught Kindergarten and has trained administrators, counselors, teachers, and parents at public and private schools around the United States and the world. Mrs. Kaplan holds an MA in counseling from NYU and a BA in Psychology from Emory University.
  • Section 3:
    • Ana Tiburcio
      Ana Tiburcio
      is the Interim Assistant Director of the Liberty LEADS Program, a drop out prevention/college access program for students in the 5th through 12th grade at Bank Street College of Education. She has provided individual, group and family counseling to the families of the Liberty LEADS Program for the past 10 years. Ms. Tiburcio earned a master’s degree in Social Work from the City University of New York, Hunter College School of Social Work and holds a BA in Psychology with a minor in Children's Studies from City University of New York Brooklyn College.
I "Though I knew bullying was pervasive I learned more concretely about groups more likely to experience it, and how to create a more inclusive and positive classroom culture."

"I leaned ways to make sure to prevent bullying and to incorporate social as well as emotional learning into the classroom."

I benefited from "Thinking of various SEL, CRE, and key factors to understanding students who are possibly in need of an intervention and help."

I "learned about specific language with regards to discrimination, harassment and/or bullying It is important to adopt a common language to properly deal with these issues."