Monday, July 26, 2010

Full Evaluation Available on Website

Training Active Bystanders is an evidence-based anti-bullying and violence prevention curriculum.  An extensive quantitative and qualitative evaluation showed that this proven program reduced harm-doing* by 20% when compared to the control schools.  A pdf of the complete qualitative and quantitative evaluation can be downloaded at our website (scroll down towards the bottom of the page)

*Harm-doing is defined as bullying; hurtful teasing; excluding or ignoring someone; telling lies, spreading false rumors; threatening; forcing someone to do something; physical violence including hitting, kicking, shoving; stealing or damaging someone's possessions; making negative comments or gestures with a sexual meaning, about someone's sexual orientation, about someone's race, color, religion, nationality, class, ethnicity, or body type.  Harm-doing may also include: name calling, saying hurtful things, touching in a way that is uncomfortable, sending nasty notes, and others) 

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