This specialism has been designed to focus on aggression, bullying behaviour, violence and harassment in the school context. It is suitable for graduates of the arts, humanities and social sciences, and those working as primary and post-primary teachers. It provides training in the work of the anti-bullying co-ordinator. The specialism can serve as (i) a foundation course for graduates and teachers who have not previously been involved in the design and implementation of anti-bullying or discipline policy's or (ii) as a resource for those who have already had such experience, or are currently engaging in such a process.
The Psychology of Aggressive Behaviour The Psychology of Child and Adolescent Development Preventing and Countering Bullying Behaviour Harassment and Violence in Schools and Implementing Anti-Bullying Programme in Schools
The course has a taught component and a dissertation. The duration will normally be two or three years part-time or one year full time.
Applicants are normally expected to hold a good honors degree and have at least two years experience in the field of education.
1 year full-time EU €6,560 / non-EU €10,560 - see website for part-time details
Recipient: Trinity College Dublin
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